List of pollination partners for Pink Pearl apple trees

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Pollination of Pink Pearl apple trees

Your Pink Pearl apple tree is in flowering group 1. The following varieties should pollinate this apple tree. (Most white-blossom crab-apples will also be good pollinators for this variety).

Pollination partner apple varieties in our catalogue

  1. A hardy disease-resistant apple, discovered growing on an island off the west coast of Wales.

    BardseyCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Mid-Late season

    Stock availability: sold out

  2. One of the earliest English apples, ripening in early August.

    Beauty of BathCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability:

    • Standard 1.75m bare-root M25
  3. Bountiful is an easy-to-grow cooking apple, it retains its shape when cooked, fairly sweet for a cooker.

    BountifulCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability:

    • Cordon bare-root M9
    • 1-year bare-root M26
    • 2-year bush-trained bare-root M26
    • 1-year bare-root MM106
    • 2-year bush-trained bare-root MM106
    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown MM106
  4. A new dual-purpose apple which has a naturally non-browning flesh, ideal for salads and fresh apple juice.

    Check pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown M27
    • 1-year bare-root M26
    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown M26
  5. Egremont Russet is the most popular English russet variety, and a good apple tree for the garden.

    Egremont RussetCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Partially self-fertile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability:

    • Cordon bare-root M9
    • Cordon premium pot-grown M9
  6. Idared is a popular American late-season apple variety, notable for its excellent keeping qualities.

    IdaredCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability: sold out

  7. An attractive early season apple, ripening in July / August.

    Irish PeachCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root MM106
    • Standard 1.75m bare-root M25
  8. Keswick Codlin is a popular early-season cooking apple, easy to grow, and productive in most climates.

    Keswick CodlinCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Partially self-fertile  Picking season:

    Stock availability:

    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown MM106
  9. Lord Lambourne is a popular versatile garden apple variety, with a good balance of sweet and sharp flavours.

    Lord LambourneCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Partially self-fertile  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability: sold out

  10. Malus Profusion is a notably compact crab apple variety, with dense clusters of deep pink blossom.

    Malus Directeur Moerlands Profusion ImprovedCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root Semi-vigorous
    • 2-year pot-grown Semi-vigorous
  11. An attractive spreading crab-apple tree with white blossom and red / yellow fruits.

    Malus FloribundaCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season:

    Stock availability: sold out

  12. A dwarf upright crab apple with bronze leaves and crimson blossom.

    Malus LauraCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability:

    • 1-year bare-root Semi-vigorous
  13. Malus Louisa is a pretty weeping crab apple with light pink blossom.

    Malus LouisaCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability: sold out

  14. Pink Glow (also known as Malus Dolgo), has early-season white flowers and dark pink crab-apples.

    Malus Pink GlowCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability:

    • 2-year patio-tree pot-grown M27
  15. Malus Red Sentinel has white blossom and small scarlet persistent fruits.

    Malus Red SentinelCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Late season

    Stock availability: sold out

  16. A red-fleshed crab-apple, with dark pink blossom, and purple fruits. Useful for cooking and juicing.

    Malus Roberts RedCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Early-Mid season

    Stock availability: sold out

  17. Red Windsor is one of the easiest to grow of all dessert apple trees, and with a pleasant apple flavour.

    Red WindsorCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Mid season

    Stock availability:

    • Spindlebush bare-root M9
  18. A widely-grown and well-regarded English cooking apple.

    Reverend W. WilksCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-fertile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability: sold out

  19. Probably the best-flavoured of the pink-fleshed apple varieties, and produces lovely pink juice.

    RosetteCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Early season

    Stock availability:

    • Cordon premium pot-grown M9
    • 1-year bare-root M26
    • 1-year bare-root M116
    • 1-year bare-root MM106
    • 2-year bush-trained pot-grown MM106
    • Half-standard premium pot-grown MM106
    • 1-year bare-root MM111
  20. Scotch Dumpling is a large Scottish cooking apple. Cooks to a frothy puree with a good flavour.

    Scotch DumplingCheck pollinators >Flowering group: 2  Self-sterile  Picking season: Early-Mid season

    Stock availability: sold out

More advice about pollination

Please note that our whilst our system takes many relevant factors into account, it is certainly not completely accurate

Our article on the pollination of fruit trees gives more details of the factors involved in pollination.

Crab apples

It is worth remembering that crab apple trees make excellent pollinators for almost any apple variety. This is because they produce very large quantities of pollen over a long period and are (with some exceptions) only distantly related to mainstream apple varieties so their pollen is highly compatible.

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