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Botanical name: Malus domestica 'Lord Lambourne'
Other names: Apple 'Lord Lambourne' , Dessert apple 'Lord Lambourne'
Variety or cultivar: 'Lord Lambourne' _ 'Lord Lambourne' is compact, rounded, deciduous tree with ovate, serrated, mid- to grey-green leaves, white flowers in mid- to late spring and red-flushed and streaked, yellow-green fruit with crisp, sweet, creamy-white flesh ready for harvest in early to mid-autumn.
Malus domestica 'Lord Lambourne' is: Deciduous
Flower: White in Spring
Foliage: Green in Summer
Fruit: Yellow-green, Flushed red in Autumn
Fragrance: Flowers are scented in spring.
Habit: Compact, Rounded, Upright
Awards: RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit)
Pruning: Thin fruit as required. Regular pruning required. Prune bush or standard trees in winter; trained forms in summer. 'Lord Lambourne' is a partial tip bearer.. REGISTER to read more...
Propagation methods: Budding, Grafting. REGISTER to read more...
Malus domestica 'Lord Lambourne' (Apple 'Lord Lambourne' ) will reach a height of 5m and a spread of 5m after 5-10 years.
Suggested uses: Architectural, City, Containers, Cottage/Informal, Flavouring food and drinks
Cultivation: Plant in moderately fertile, moist, well-drained soil in full sun. Tolerates partial shade. Keep a clear area around the trunk of at least 60cm radius. Partially self-fertile so another apple ensures better fruiting. Rootstock will determine height.
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|Soil drainage:||Moist but well-drained, Well-drained|
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