We will dispatch our trees every Tuesday, for delivery all around Australia, in these weeks until Christmas!
Last Parcel Post deliveries Tues 12th December.
Last Express Post deliveries Tues 19th Dec.
Fruit characteristics: The Lady Williams apple is a medium sized, round or conical apple with a thin bright red skin, and can sometimes have feint speckled spots on its skin. Is has smooth, firm, crisp texture, with a creamy white flesh. Lady Williams apples can be tart if harvested early but at maturity, develop a balanced, sweet tangy taste. It is a very prolific cropper, thinning of the fruit is recommended, even if the tree is espaliered.
Lady Williams apples are a very late harvesting apple (even as late as June!) and is not recommended for Alpine climates or areas with a reduced growing season due to elevation or terrain, limiting sun exposure and shortening the season.
Blossoms: Beautiful light pink blossoms in Spring.
Pollination Information: Requires cross pollination with a suitable flowering apple. (please note your apple tree will be sold with the correct pollinator for your variety, unless you order a single graft apple tree).
Preferred Climate: 'COLD Climate' apple that is suitable for cold*, cool temperate to warm arid temperate climates. Not recommended for alpine or reduced season cold climate areas (see description above).
Chill Hours: 300 hours
Fruiting Season: April - July
Height: When planted in the ground our multi-grafted Apple Fruit Salad Trees will grow to approximately 2.5 metres (2 metres wide)
pH Range: 6.5-7.5
Did you know? Lady Williams apples have exceptional keeping qualities and can be stored in a cool dark place for 3 months plus.
Good news, there is an Apple Fruit Salad Tree suitable for all Australian Climates.
To check your climate and find out if your area is suitable for All Climate Apple Varieties or Cold Climate Apple varieties, click on our Climate Map.
In general, Tropical / Warm / Temperate climates can grow All Climate varieties of Apples. Cold climates can grow both Cold Climate and All Climate Apple Varieties. See your Climate zone map for area specific details.