St. Cecilia

Welsh variety apple trees are grown in 3 litre containers and can be planted at any time.

Rootstock Size Guide

Approximate height after 10 years: M9 – 2m; M26 – 3m; MM106 – 3.5m; MM111 – 4.5m; M25 – 5-6m.

Named after the Welsh patron saint of music this is a mid-season eating apple from Bassaleg, Newport.   Reportedly first cultivated by John Basham & Sons of Bassaleg in Monmouthshire in 1900 from a Cox seedling. A sweet juicy apple with an exquisite perfumed aroma is said to be at its best on St. Cecilia’s day (November 22nd).

(Pollination group B)

£21.50

In stock

St. Cecilia

Welsh variety apple trees are grown in 3 litre containers and can be planted at any time.

Rootstock Size Guide

Approximate height after 10 years: M9 – 2m; M26 – 3m; MM106 – 3.5m; MM111 – 4.5m; M25 – 5-6m.

£21.50

In stock