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Welsh Apple Trees

01558 650 925
Specialist Mail Order Fruit Tree Nursery

It is coming to the end of the bareroot season and we stop selling trees at then end of March. We are more than happy to offer help and advice on selecting a tree or trees, you are welcome to contact us at or call us on 01558 650 925 for further information on any of our trees, for orchard planning advice and any other queries.

We do have the following Welsh apple varieties still avavilable, please contact us for further information on these trees or to make an order.

Welsh Varieties Uses E - Early M - Mid
L - Late
PG Other Information
Bardsey Island: Recently discovered on Bardsey Island. Pink over cream skinned apple, its lemon scent makes this a refreshing eating apple. Stores until December. Eater E 2 image description
Cissy/Monmouth Beauty: Originates from Newport. Red flushed apples, sweet and firm with a rich aroma. Eater E 3 image description
Devonshire Quarrenden (also known as Coch Cynnar): A sweet berry like flavour from crimson flushed apples. Dates to 1670s. Eater E 1 Partially Self Fertile
Brith Mawr: Dual purpose mid season apple originating from Newport Eater/Cooker M 3 - to be verified image description
Pig Aderyn: Sweet and juicy apples good for eating but also make an excellent single variety cider. Eater/Cider M 2 image description
Pren Glas: Eating apple originating from an ancient monastery at St. Dogmaels. Eater M 3 - to be verified image description
Marged Nicolas: Originates from Dinefwr - Llandeilo. Yellow speckled russet apples that store until spring. Eater/Cooker/Cider L 3 - to be verified image description
Hardy Variety
Machen: An attractive red cooking apple originating from Chepstow. Cooker E 3 - to be verified image description
Monmouth Green: Dual purpose green and yellow apple dating to early 1800, grows well at high altitudes. Eater/Cooker L 3 - to be verified image description
Hardy Variety
Breakwells Seedling: Vigorous variety producing apples with a fruity, sharp flavour great for making cider. Cider E 3 image description
Frederick: Originates from Monmouthshire, Wales and dates to 1800s. Deep red striped flush over green skinned apples. great for cooking and jelly making in particular. Also good for a full sharp cider. Cider M 3 image description
Pig Aderyn: Sweet and juicy apples good for eating but also make an excellent single variety cider. Eater/Cider M 2 image description

Welcome to Welsh Apple Trees. We are a mail order apple tree nursery specialising in growing old Welsh apple tree varieties along with other varieties suited to growing anywhere in the UK. We are constantly seeking out more interesting and rare cultivars not generally found at your local garden centre and stock these along with some of the more familiar family favourites. We have a wide selection of eating, cooking and dual purpose apples along with a great choice of cider and juicing varieties. We also stock cherry, plum, pear and damson trees suitable for growing in Wales and across the UK.

harvesting apples in orchard

If you wish to view and order trees online you can visit our Tree Shop at our sister site If you live in the local area you are more than welcome to come and collect your order, please note that we are a working tree nursery and not a garden centre so please contact us to arrange a convenient time to collect your trees.

We are more than happy to advise you with regard to choosing a tree or trees and with choosing suitable size rootstock and compatible pollination groups, we also provide a free orchard planning service. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or require any further information.

To see our extensive stock list and prices please go to the Trees for Sale page and for further details of how to order and for our contact details please go to Ordering/Contact us .

All of our trees are field grown and are sold bareroot, as one year and two year old trees. Our trees are available on a choice of rootstocks from the very dwarfing M9 to the very vigourous M25 rootstock, most are grown on the semi vigourous MM106 as this does very well in Wales. For further information on rootstocks and orchard planting rates along with advice on selecting pollination groups please see our Guide to Rootstocks & Pollination Groups.

We pride ourselves in that we are a peat-free, low environmental impact nursery using sustainable methods of tree production. We propagate our trees without the use of environmentally unfriendly peat based composts and do not use residual herbicides or pesticides. We further aim to keep our carbon footprint as small as possible by limiting the use of heavy machinery.