‘Blue Moon’ has crisp, juicy, purplish-blue apples with a flavour that combines sweetness and sharpness and is ready in August and September.
Eater columnar apple. Resistant against fungal diseases such as scab and mildew, resistant against late frosts, excellent pollinator. Fruits are large, purple blue colour, juicy flesh with sweet and sour flavour. Very heavy cropping, consistent and early fruiting. Harvest from mid of August - begining of September. Eat after a few weeks storage.
Resistant to both scab and mildew so there’s no need to worry about the main apple diseases and no fungicide spraying needed
“‘Blue Moon’ is the first to mature, sweet and fragrant and reminiscent of 'Worcester' with a hint of pear drops.
- Heavy cropping, attractive purple-blue apples with juicy crisp flesh and sweet/sharp flavour.
- Middle of August - begining of September
- Columnar habit, well suited to containers and small gardens
- British Grown Tree
- Common Names: Apple 'Blue Moon' (Starline)