Apples Malus sylvestris var. domestica, the most widely grown species in the genus Malus. The hardy fruits of both dessert and culinary cultivars offer a great variety of flavours and textures. The most common ways of growing them are bush trees ie.Standards, Half-standards and Dwarf bush. They are also grown in restricted forms such as Espaliers and Cordons.
Apple 'Merton Worcester'
Apple 'Ross Nonpareil'
Apple 'Tydeman's Late Orange'.
Apple 'Sopps in Wine'
View of garden showing rose border and screen of different varieties of cordon apple
Apple 'Reinette Annanas'
Espalier apple 'Ribston Pippin' with helenium's in the walled kitchen garden