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Baxters Pearmain



A late season dessert apple with a fruity aromatic flavour

Origin: Norfolk UK, 1821

Pollination: Baxters Pearmain is self-sterile and would require a pollinator to produce a crop.  Pollination partners

Baxters Pearmain apple trees produced to order

We do not stock this variety, but we can produce trees for you through our custom grafting service. Trees can be grafted on any of the following rootstocks:

  • CG-1Baxters Pearmain tree custom-grafted on M9 rootstock (Dwarfing)£39.00 each
  • CG-2Baxters Pearmain tree custom-grafted on M26 rootstock (Semi-dwarfing)£39.00 each
  • CG-3Baxters Pearmain tree custom-grafted on MM106 rootstock (Semi-vigorous)£39.00 each
  • CG-4Baxters Pearmain tree custom-grafted on MM111 rootstock (Vigorous)£39.00 each
  • CG-5Baxters Pearmain tree custom-grafted on M25 rootstock (Very vigorous)£39.00 each

If you wish to go order please fill in our contact form in the first instance, stating your name, full address, and the rootstock(s) you wish the tree(s) to be grafted on. You will need to contact us before June.

Propagation is carried out in late July / early August, and the grafted trees would be available for supply in December the following year (approximately 14 months later).

History and description of Baxters Pearmain

Baxter's Pearmain is an old variety originating from Norfolk, UK. Introduced by G Lindley of Catton, Norwich in 1821. Medium sized, conical fruit. Orange-red flush over a yellow skin. Juicy, cream coloured flesh. Good fruity, aromatic flavour. Vigorous tree. Heavy cropper.

Characteristics of Baxters Pearmain apple trees

UseDessert
ColourFlushed
FlavourAromatic
Fruit sizeMedium
Picking timeMid Oct
Season of useNov-Jan
Tree vigourModerate
Tree habitUpright-spreading
Fruit-bearingSpur-bearer
CroppingHeavy
Pollination date15
Pollination groupD
Self-fertilitySelf-sterile
PollinatorsPollination partners