Applewise Fruit Tree Nursery






  • Fruit Trees, Bushes & Plants
  • Apple Trees
  • Cherry Trees
  • Cider Apple Trees
  • Damson Trees
  • Filberts
  • Fruit Trees
  • Gage Trees
  • Heritage Varieties
  • Nut Trees
  • Pear Trees
  • Perry Pear Trees
  • Plum Trees
  • Soft Fruit Trees
  • Welsh Varieties



Tel: 01269 850018

Email: info@applewise.co.uk



About us
We are a small nursery situated in the picturesque Towy valley near Llandeilo, Carmarthenshire, Wales, UK.

We sell Welsh apple varieties and pear trees including a range of cider and perry types.

We also stock traditional, English fruit trees suitable for growing in Wales including plums, damsons, gages, cherries, mulberries, medlars, hazels, bush fruit etc.

We offer a grafting service for apples and pears.If we haven’t got what you want in stock, we should be able to order or graft it for you.


Welsh Dessert and Culinary Apples

(Not necessarily disease-resistant)

Bakers Delicious – early eater found in South Wales hedgerow

Bardsey apple – excellent eater from the island (similar to James Grieve)

Afal Brith Mawr – mid-season cooker, Newport

Channel Beauty – Cox seedling from Swansea

Cissy – eater from Malpas, Newport

Afal Coch Cynnar – early red eater = Devonshire Quarrenden (adopted Welsh)

Talgarth apple – early, light yellow eater from Powys

Gelli Aur Cooker – late cooker from original planting of Gelli Aur Mansion

Kenneth – eater from North Wales

Leathercoat – very late russet from Dinefwr

Machen – second early red dual purpose from Chepstow area

Marged (Morgan) Nicolas – dual purpose from Dinefwr

Monmouth Green – Monmouth to Brecon – also known as Landore

Morgan Sweet – adopted early eater/cider, once common in South Wales

Afal Pen Caled – cooker from St. Dogmaels, Cardiganshire

Afal Pig Aderyn – mid-season general purpose variety – tasty, light cider

Afal Pig yr Wydd – mid-season cooker from Llanwrda

Afal Pren Glas – early eater from St.Dogmaels, Cardiganshire

St. Cecilia – early eater from Bassaleg, Newport (Cox seedling)

Afal Tinyrwydd – early cooker from Llangadog

Afal Wern – Tenby, Pembrokeshire (Scotch Bridget?)

Welsh Cider Apples

Morgan Sweet

Broom Apple


Cummy Norman


Afal pig aderyn

Twyn y Sheriff

Breakwells Seedling


Afal Pen Caled

Welsh Perry Pears

Berllanderi Green

Gwehelog Red

Berllanderi Red

Littlecross Huffcap

Chapman’s Orange

Monmouthshire Burgundy

Early St. Brides

Potato Pear


Welsh Gin


Please visit our website for further information about Growing Tree Fruit in Wales and how to buy


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