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Coronet Minature Apple Tree

Price per Unit : €

Common name: Coronet Apple Tree

Botanical name: -

Categories: Trees

Flowering: -

Care:

Perfect for any small garden, or Patio This miniature apple tree can be grown in a pot or in a bed. The coronet apple trees are miniature apple trees (Mature height 5 ft)  that will fruit in the first year which is very unusual for fruit trees. It is also extremely low maintenace and requires no purning.
There are three types of Coronets: Solo, Family and Companion. 
The Solo varitiy is self pollinating and requires no other tree.
The family Varity has two varities on the one tree and therefor requires no other tree 
The Companion is one veriety and requires another tree to be planted in your garden. Ensure that both tree have the same flowerung season to ensure that they will pollinate each other. 
 
The most popular and tastiest varieties are James grieve, Cox's orange pippin  and elstar.  There is no cooking apple varieity available in coronet range but the however the james grieve is acceptable for cooking.

This is an Ideal Gift for any gardener. The perfect house warming.


Margaret's Tip:

When planting ensure that you have a large pot ( at least 25 litres) or a well prepared bed. We would recommend you use a tree Stake and tree tie, this will prevent the tree tilting in a windy position. Like all fruit trees they prefer a sunny position and need good feeding. The best way to feed your plant is to use a 6 month slow relaease feed when planting. Then refeed every six months by placing some Multi purpose compost and feed arounfd the base of the tree. The add a new layer of compost over this again to ensure the feed is not exposed to the weather. Another great feed is Seamungus, made from seaweed and fishbones this will ensure that you have the healthiest of plants. Watering is extremely important for all fruit tree especially in pots. The compost should always remaing mist but not too wet. You can control this by ensure you have good draingein your bed or container.  Then sit back and enjoy the fruits of your labour.

 

 

 

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