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Lord Lambourne Apple tree

Owner: Nick

Location:  London, United Kingdom

Age:Planted in about 1920
Age of this tree:101 years
Pruning:Had it cropped two years ago
Tree form:Bush (wider at top than bottom)
Height:Taller than 15ft / 4m
Cropping:Heavy crops
Growth:This tree grows easily here
Herbicides:Un-treated
Pesticides:Un-treated

Owner's comments

I think it may be one of the oldest trees of this variety in London as the building I live in is was built in the 19th Century.

Season records for this tree

  • 2015

    Size: 7.5m / 25.0ft high   6.0m / 20.0ft wide
    Canker: Mild attack
    Scab: Mild attack
    Fantastic crop but hard to access as the tree is so tall! Had it cropped two years ago. It missed a season but this year it has stormed back with an amazing amount of apples. I believe this is one of the earliest trees planted in London and it has a a double trunk that is fused together which I think is unique. Aplles ready to pick around beginning of August, Some still to fall in mid september.
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  • 2009


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