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Pollination of Gravenstein apple trees

Gravenstein (Malus domestica)  is in flowering group 1. Gravenstein is a triploid variety which will not pollinate other apple varieties. You will either need two pollination partners nearby which must each be different varieties and able to cross-pollinate each other as well as the Gravenstein, or a single self-fertile compatible pollination partner.Choose another variety

Varieties that will pollinate Gravenstein in our catalogue

  • Alkmene

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    Alkmene is a mid-season apple from Germany, related to to Cox but with a more robust flavour.
    • Flowering group: 2
    • Self-fertile
    • Picking: Mid
    • Amere de Berthencourtin stock

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      Amere de Berthencourt is a traditional French bittersweet cider apple.
      • Flowering group: 2
      • Not self-fertile
      • Picking:
      • Available rootstocks:
      • M116
      • MM111
      • Bittenfelder
    • Domainein stock

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      French cider variety, very resistant to fireblight infection.
      • Flowering group: 2
      • Not self-fertile
      • Picking: Mid
      • Available rootstocks:
      • M116
    • Egremont Russet

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      Egremont Russet is the most popular English russet variety, and a good apple tree for the garden.
      • Flowering group: 2
      • Partially self-fertile
      • Picking: Late
      • Idaredin stock

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        Idared is a late-season American apple variety, notable for its excellent keeping qualities.
        • Flowering group: 2
        • Not self-fertile
        • Picking: Late
        • Available rootstocks:
        • M9
      • Marseignain stock

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        Marseigna is a traditional French cider variety, producing a high quality bitter sweet juice.
        • Flowering group: 2
        • Not self-fertile
        • Picking: Very late
        • Available rootstocks:
        • Bittenfelder
      • Muscadet de Dieppein stock

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        A very old French bittersweet cider variety.
        • Flowering group: 2
        • Not self-fertile
        • Picking: Mid
        • Available rootstocks:
        • MM111
        • Bittenfelder
      • Nehou

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        An old French bittersweet cider variety.
        • Flowering group: 2
        • Not self-fertile
        • Picking: Mid
        • Precoce de Wirwignesin stock

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          A traditional and heavy-cropping early-season apple variety from Belgium.
          • Flowering group: 2
          • Not self-fertile
          • Picking: Early
          • Available rootstocks:
          • M9
          • MM111
        • Red Windsorin stock

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          Red Windsor is one of the easiest to grow of all dessert apple trees, and with a pleasant apple flavour.
          • Flowering group: 2
          • Self-fertile
          • Picking: Mid
          • Available rootstocks:
          • M9
          • M116
          • MM111
        • Stark Earliestin stock

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          Stark Earliest will probably give you the first apple in any given year.
          • Flowering group:
          • Not self-fertile
          • Picking: Very early
          • Available rootstocks:
          • M116
        • Three Countiesin stock

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          Three Counties is an early-ripening bittersweet cider apple.
          • Flowering group: 2
          • Not self-fertile
          • Picking: Mid
          • Available rootstocks:
          • MM111
        • Wickson Crabin stock

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          Wickson crab is a popular American hard-cider variety.
          • Flowering group: 2
          • Not self-fertile
          • Picking: Late
          • Available rootstocks:
          • M116
          • MM111
          • Bittenfelder