Apple 'Annie Elizabeth' Malus domestica 'Annie Elizabeth' (C)
'Annie Elizabeth' is a late-season, heavy-cropping, culinary apple with a sweet, light flavour and white flesh which keeps its shape when cooked. The blossom is deep pink and the fruit yellow, flushed with orange-red, with short, red stripes. It is partly self-fertile, in pollination group 4, and produces an upright hardy tree tolerant of cold and wet. Pick from mid-autumn and store to mid-spring
About this plant
apple 'Annie Elizabeth'
Malus domestica 'Alotrable', Malus domestica 'Slotrable'
Prune according to chosen training method, often twice a year; see apple pruning
Loam, Sand, SoilClay
- Suitable locations
Wall-side Borders City & Courtyard Gardens Cottage & Informal Garden Patio & Container Plants
Propagate by grafting in midwinter or budding in late summer. Fruit grown from pips will not resemble the parent
May be affected by aphids, woolly aphid, fruit tree red spider mite, codling moth and other caterpillars
Average resistance to common apple diseases: apple canker, apple scab, and powdery mildews. Apples are also susceptible to brown rot, honey fungus and blossom wilt