Cider Apple | Tom Putt | MM106 rootstock grade 3


Rootstock MM106
Diameter 4m
Canopy Size 12.56m2
Preferences Free draining soils
Description Developed for free draining lighter soils. A semi dwarfing tree, if well pruned can be kept to 2.5m high and 3m wide. An excellent choice for home gardens if you have the right soil.

Grade 3 tree below 450mm

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Tom Putt is an old cooking apple raised by Rev. Tom Putt, from Somerset, England in late 1700s.  It is also good for making cider and juice. A large apple with bright red crimson streaky skin and white flesh tinged with green. Firm, crisp, juicy and sharp. A light flavour and melting-sweet texture when they’re cooked and also make a sharp cider and rich apple juice.