Apple Coronet Family Two Variety - Self Fertile
Overweight or delicate Item
Please note that this is a overweight or delicate item and cannot be delivered by our regular DPD courier. Local delivery is €25 for Dublin and Kildare for as many as you need and €59 for nationwide pallet delivery.
Click and Collect: Please allow up to 24 hours for us to pick and process your order. As soon as we have picked your order we will phone you and arrange a time to collect it.
An Post (Seeds Only) €4.00
A postal fee of €4.00 applies for any seed order. It does not apply to bulbs or seed potatoes or large boxes of wildflower seeds.
Nationwide Shipping Max Weight 27kg (including Northern Ireland) €9.00
This offer applies to most of our products online such as Christmas, plants, gardening, aquatic and pet products. Live Plant delivery charges are not calculated on weight but the space required per package to ensure safe delivery, so delivery charges may vary as some plants require more space than others when packed. In this instance, a member of our team will contact you. Our courier company delivers Monday to Friday and not weekends.
Pallet Delivery For Dublin and Parts of Kildare €25.00
If you have ordered compost, furniture that we stock here in Newlands, BBQ or if your order is overweight or bulky, we will personally deliver to Dublin and parts of Co. Kildare or 25Km radius from where we are based.
Pallet Delivery Nationwide €59
(For counties outside of Dublin & Kildare) If your order is overweight or bulky or fragile and your shipping address is not based in Dublin or Kildare then we will ship your order by pallet.
- Miniature: Coronet is a true miniature apple tree. It may be planted in the smallest space mature height is only 5ft. (1.5m)
- Fruiting: Coronets bear fruit even in their first year. You may purchase the tree in spring and pick fruit that autumn.
- Garden or Patio: Coronets can be grown in the garden soil or in a pot. Being miniature they will not outgrow their pot and you can even take the tree with you if you move!
- Easy to Grow: Coronets require almost no pruning and their small size makes them easy to maintain.
- Varieties: Coronets offer a wide range of varieties, including types no longer found in shops.
- Staking: Coronets need permanent staking. Use a long lasting stake. Tie the tree firmly using an adjustable strap tie or stretchable material.
- Feeding: Feed in March with a slow release fertiliser (available in most garden shops). Apply only sufficient for the tree: too much is worse than none at all.
- Pests and Diseases: Most pests control each other in the garden. However greenfly may need one spray. Apple scab is the main disease. Spray when the tree comes into leaf and three to four times afterwards at two to three week intervals. Do not spray at blossom time when bees are active. The small compact Coronet is easy to spray.
- When to Plant: Our Coronets may be planted at any time of year.
- Planting in the Garden: Prepare a hole twice the size of the pot: 20ins (50cm) diam. Drive in a tree stake a little off-centre. Tease out any matted roots. Plant firmly in fertilised compost with the old soil mark of the tree at the top of the compost.
- Planting in Pots: Coronets are ideal for containers. Pots should be at least 24ins (60cm) diameter. Plant firmly in fertilised compost with the old soil mark at the top of the compost. Water well after planting and keep compost moist.