A recently introduced and much improved Ballerina apple crossed with the popular falstaff apple, more compact, crisp eating. Flowering group 3. Pick October. Like all Ballerina varieties, Samba grows in a compact vertical or fastigiate fashion. However it is unusual amongst Ballerina varieties in that it also produces strong side-shoots, although these extend only a short distance before turning sharply vertical. The flavour is amongst the best of these minarette varieties for eating fresh, and the apples can also be used for a crab-apple-style jelly.
Malus ‘Ballerina Samba’ MM106
SKU: 39635 Category: Fruit Trees