A traditional English dessert apple with an intense aromatic aniseed flavour that develops after picking. If stored too long it can become rather medicinal, so best picked mid-September and consumed early in the autumn. It has the attractive orange flush typical of English apples. The trees are disease-resistant and particularly popular in the north of England. Developed in the early 1900s in Lincolnshire, taking its name from the rosarian Rev. C.C. Ellison, a keen fruit man who owned a collection of 1500 trees in 1900.
Flowering group D (Mid).
M9 rootstock gives a dwarfing tree that will reach 2.5-3m in height. It will start fruiting at 2-3 years.
Ellison's Orange M9 2 yr
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