Braeburn is now one of the famous names in apples worldwide. It’s fruits are large and very crispy, with a refreshing flavour. Braeburn Apple trees need a favourable aspect and a warm autumn to develop fully. It’s origins lie in New Zealand. Braeburn apple trees have very attractive blossom.
This is a very late apple. Leave on the tree as long as possible before harvesting and continue to ripen in store. Best enjoyed from late November through until the Spring.
Braeburn is in ‘C’ pollination group so use varieties in the same or adjacent group to polinate.