Most of the Sussex apple varieties are grown on a fruit tree nursery at Rickstaddle Farm just outside Cooksbridge in East Sussex.
I offer the following Sussex apple tree varieties. Click on a link to learn more about the variety and availability.
Trees can be collected by arrangement from outside the Fruit Factory (see map below) in Stanmer Village, Stanmer Park, BN1 9SE, just outside Brighton.
Apple trees are grafted onto a rootsystem or rootstock of a type of apple that is selected because it partly controls the vigour and eventual size of the tree.
I teach a variety of courses on orchard skills for Brighton Permaculture Trust and Plumpton College in East Sussex.
The flowering period of the Sussex apple varieties are shown by an F number, which indicates when a variety will be ready for pollination.