Apple Tree - Keswick Codlin
Origin: Ulverston, Lancashire late 18th century
Apple Taste: Refreshing to eat, makes good jelly
Flowering Group : 2
Rootstock: M106 or M25
Size : Maiden
Harvest : September
Vigour : Medium
'Keswick Codlin' was a favourite Victorian apple, apparently found on a rubbish heap at Gleaston Castle. Profuse early blossom and neat habit. Green, good cropper. Keswick Codlin fruits well in the North, with a biennial tendency.
Supplier : R.V. Roger Ltd.
We donate half of our profit on sales of Keswick Codlin apple trees to Common Ground
See our section on Pollination Groups to help you select your apple trees.
We supply apple trees on the most vigorous rootstocks available. They were created specifically for use in the UK and produce healthy, heavy cropping trees for our weather conditions. M106 produces a good garden sized apple tree, between 3 and 4 metres tall. Grown as a free standing tree it won't need staking, although initially best to use a cane to support your new plant. M25 rootstock will produce the 4m plus standard trees of a traditional orchard, where they would be planted between 6 and 8 metres apart. Please refer to our size guide for details.
Like all our apple trees, we offer Keswick Codlin bare root. At the height of the lifting season there may be up to a month's delay between placing the order and dispatching due to pressure of orders, which are dealt with in date sequence, and the weather. Orders for apple trees taken from March to September are confirmed in September ready for dispatch from November. Please note there is an overall minimum order size of £50.