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Malus d. 'Peasgood's Nonsuch'

Malus d. 'Peasgood's Nonsuch'

Common Name: Cooking apple

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An English cooking apple from the Victorian era, raised by Mrs Peasgood of Stamford, Linconshire, with traditional qualities such as large size, juicy, with a sharp tangy flavour and course light flesh. Ripens mid-season and keeps well. The Victorian word nonsuch means 'unsurpassed'. Partially self-fertile, flowing group 3. H6

Recommended for:

Avenue
City/Courtyard
Lg Garden/Park
Med Garden
Small Garden
Native/Woodland
Ornamental Woodland
Screening
Street
Coastal
Exposed
Waterside

Tree Type: Deciduous

Height at Maturity: Very Small (up to 6m)

Growth Rate: Moderate

Crown Shape: Broadly Round

Season of Interest: Spring and Summer

Ornamental Flower: Yes

Flower Colour: White

Intolerant of: Not Specified

Soil Types Tolerated: Chalk, Clay, Damp, Dry, Loam, Sandy, and Well drained

Summer Foliage Colour: Dark-green

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Batch No Height (cm) Girth (cm) Pot Size (L) Delivery Vehicle Form Ready Date Area Key Quantity Price ex VAT per tree
177832
300-350 25-30 - HS Now R14
1
£1,073.25
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