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Apple trees - GilesMurray - 05 May 2016 06:54 AM

Does anyone with green fingers know about duo fruit trees?
I was wondering if they self pollinate or do I buy two?
I am looking at a duo tree with Bramley and Braeburn apples on it. One is a cooking apple the other is an eating apple, as best as I can tell.
At £9 I don't mind buying two if needed but I have limited space free and this would limit the option for me to get another type of fruiting tree.
Here is the tree:
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From:
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RE: Apple trees - Bookie7 - 28 Aug 2018 08:59 PM

Hello there!
I am in gardening since few years but I have never heard about duo fruit trees! A few minutes ago I searched Internet to find some information about them. It is amazing way for people with small gardens, but I am not sure if it really works. I saw that you can buy them on yougarden for 20$  (potted tree is on sale now so hurry up). If you will get it I am curious of results!


RE: Apple trees - Louise Warman - 29 Aug 2018 02:31 PM

I believe you can buy apple rootstock with as many, as a dozen varieties of apples grafted on to it - must make pruning a bit of a nightmare!