Reverend W Wilks Apple Trees for sale - order online
We have now stopped taking orders for the winter 2013/14 planting season. Our 2014/15 list is currently being prepared. It will be available from 1st May when we will start taking orders for delivery next autumn/winter. We regret we have had to stop taking orders earlier than anticipated because of the warm weather.
History and description of Reverend W Wilks
Reverend W Wilks apple was raised by J Allgrove of Langley Nursery, Slough, Berkshire, UK. Believed to have been a Peasgood Nonsuch x Ribston Pippin seedling. Introduced by Messrs Veitch of Chelsea, London in 1908. Named after the prominent Secretary of the RHS Rev W Wilks, Vicar of Shirley, Surrey. Received an Award of Merit in 1904 and a First Class Certificate in 1910 from the RHS. A popular garden variety.
Large, conical, attractive looking fruit. Very pale green skin turning pale yellow. Some light orange flush and red stripes. White, juicy flesh. Cooks to a pale lemon puree needing little added sugar. Good for baking.
Compact, free spurring tree very suited to cordons and espaliers training and small gardens. Good disease resistance. Good cropper but with bienniel tendency which needs to be reduced by thinning crop. Attractive blossom.
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