Stoke Red - Cider Apple Tree
|Number of Trees/Bushes||Unit Price for this tree/bush|
|Buy 200+||£10.20 You Save £6.80 per item|
|Buy 50 - 199||£11.05 You Save £5.95 per item|
|Buy 25 - 49||£12.75 You Save £4.25 per item|
|Buy 5 - 24||£14.45 You Save £2.55 per item|
|Buy 1 - 4||£17.00|
Stoke Red makes an excellent, balanced, bittersharp juice in the same class as the famed Kingston Black. It was commonly planted in orchards across cider-making regions from the 1930s, having been raised at Rodney Stoke in Somerset at the turn of the century. The trees themselves have a rather poor natural shape, and cropping can become biennial, but crops are large and the quality of the juice is first rate. It makes a good choice for the organic grower as Stoke Red has good overall disease resistance, and it is notable for its tolerance to shade. As a late variety apples mature in the second half of November.