I have 4 Bardsey Island apple (Afal Ynys Enlli) trees growing in my orchard. Very disease resistant. The first tree was planted in 2004 and the others in 2005 and in 2006. In 2014 it produced a bumper crop. I had so many apples that I used more than half of the crop to produce fresh unpasteurised apple juice. What a lovely flavour. For those who live in a rainly climate and would like to plant an easy apple tree with excellent quality eating apples Bardsey Island apple is the one to plant.
Season records for this tree
Harvest: 2nd week September Excellent harvest from 4 Bardsey Island apple trees. I make juice of most of the apples and keep the best specimens for hand apples. They don't last all that long, but they taste absolute lovely and the juice is so sweet!
Harvest: 4th week August 50kg / 110lbs
2.0m / 6.7ft high 2.5m / 8.3ft wide Canker: Not present Scab: Not present Mildew: Not present Fireblight: Not present Cedar-apple rust: Not present Woolly aphid: Not present Codling moth: Not present Plum fruit moth: Not present Silverleaf: Not present
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