Sussex apple varieties


nanny apple variety
History & Description

Nanny is a large dessert apple with a rich flavour, described by Robert Hogg in 1851 as growing on the Sussex borders with Hampshire.

The apple is slightly ribbed, and the pale yellow skin is flushed orange with red stripes.

Apples can be picked in early September and stored until October.

Pollination day: F5

Available rootstock
  • MM106 – semi-dwarfing rootstock – Available December 2018
  • M25 – very vigorous rootstock – Available December 2018


Cost: £20 / tree

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