Now you can grow three different varieties of apple in the space you’d usually need to grow just one! With three of the most popular apples growing on one dwarfing rootstock, this trio will blossom and fruit just as they would if they were individual trees, ripening at their natural time, giving you a delicious crop of tasty, fresh apples. The tree will thrive in a sunny border and, far from being a mere novelty, will mature into a highly productive tree. The individual varieties will pollinate each other and you can expect the first crop as soon as the year after planting. This is also the perfect fruit tree for a large pot on the patio. ‘Braeburn’ – The UK’s most popular eating apple variety by far and will easily grow and flourish superbly in your garden! The crisp and juicy, white-fleshed fruits have what is considered by most to be the perfect sweet/tangy flavour balance, literally providing a flavour explosion with every mouthful! The gorgeous fruit will be ready to pick fresh from your tree by mid-October. ‘Bramley’ is an incredibly heavy cropper once established, with high-quality fruits that will store through the winter months. Pick them in early October (before they get over-ripe) and store cold but frost-free for use until January. ‘Jonagold’ is a cross between apples ‘Jonathan’ and ‘Golden Delicious’, and is a ‘triploid’ variety, meaning that it has three sets of chromosomes instead of the usual two. Tiploid varieties are sterile, so they can’t pollinate themselves or other apple trees. They need other trees nearby to pollinate them, not an issue if you grow more than one apple in you garden, or if a nearby neighbour does!