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Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie Dessert Apple Tree

Danish Variety of Dessert Apple first introduced in 1924

Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie Dessert Apple Tree
Ingrid Marie Dessert Apple Tree
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Height Excluding Pot: 1.75-2m (5ft 8-6ft 6)

Plant shape: ½ standard

Trunk height: 1-1.1 m

Pot size: 7.5 Litres

Rootstock: m26 - Dwarfing

Plant ID: 13670 114

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Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie Apple Tree is a deciduous fruit tree with red-striped apples and attractive white-pink blossom. It’s popular on the continent but rarely found in the UK. It's a good choice for lovers of soft, sweet apples,

This handsome dessert apple tree was a chance discovery in a Denmark school in 1910 and introduced commercially in 1924. It’s the sport of Cox’s Orange Pippin and Cox’s Pomona.

Its pinky-white blossom arrives in April to May and attracts lots of bees. When pollinated, the blossom matures into rich aromatic apples with soft and juicy red-tinted flesh. Handsome Ingrid Marie's apple skin is flushed dark red, with red stripes over a yellowy-green background. A large crop of medium-sized apples is ready for harvest in September.

Although it’s relatively rare in UK gardens, Ingrid Marie is the parent plant of the highly popular Elstar, which retains Ingrid Marie’s soft juicy flavour but has a sharper tang.

Height and Spread of Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie
Ingrid Marie dessert apple trees generally reach 5-7 metres in height and spread depending on their growing conditions.

How Hardy is Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie
Ingrid Marie dessert apple trees are fully hardy in the UK with well-drained roots and lots of sun. As with most fruiting trees, a late frost may damage blossom.

How To Use Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie
This handsome tree suits a small garden with plenty of sunshine. Its apples are sweet and soft straight from the branch and they store for up to six months. Freeze, dehydrate, or juice spare apples and leave windfalls for fruit-loving birds like thrushes and blackbirds

Ingrid Marie sits in pollination group 4. It’s not self-fertile and requires a partner such as Gloster or Winston.

How To Care For Malus Domestica Ingrid Marie
Choose a position in full sun with well-drained fertile soil for Ingrid Marie apple trees. If possible, shelter from prevailing winds helps preserve its blossom.
This is an easy-to-grow variety that needs little attention other than water for at least the first year, a thick layer of organic mulch in spring, and simple pruning in winter.
In the winter dormant season, remove all dead, crossed, or damaged branches and up to one-third of all last season’s growth. Cut branches back to an outward-facing bud to encourage fruit-bearing spurs.

We also have many varietis of apple trained as Espaliered Fruit TreesPleached Apple TreesFan-Trained Apple Trees and Standard Patio Fruit Trees
See also - Creating an Orchard Garden




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