There are many types, varieties and growth forms of apple trees, from standard tree to dwarf, the mature size being controlled by the root stock used during grafting. The cultivation is the same for all types and varieties; only the pruning is different, One of the best ways to choose a variety of apple tree to grow is to see what varieties do well in your locality. Be aware that most apple trees need pollinators in order to fruit. Some varieties need one other tree as a pollinator, and some need two, or even three. If you have apple trees in neighbouring gardens this should help, as long as they flower at the same time. ‘Scotch Bridget’ is a Scottish cooking apple that can be eaten a a dessert apple if a tart apple is liked. It is a good choice for an area with mild, wet conditions. It is a late variety (flowering group 3) with fruit that is harvested in early to mid Autumn The apples are juicy and moderately acidic. When cooked they retain most of their shape.

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It requires moist air.

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It has no serious pest or disease problems.

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