Redfleshed apple suppliers: here is my list so far.
I have tried to link to the plants directly, but for some sites the method does not work.
Note that some are doubles because there is overlap between nurseries.
Woodbridge Fruit Trees
Rode dries (difficult to get the tree now, but still possible)
Green Barn Nursery - Purple Passion apple; picture © greenbarnnursery.
This company does send out of France.
Kayser & Seibert
Weirouge, Roter Mond, Baya Marisa, Pomfital
Redlove Circe, Redlove Era, Redlove Sirena.
Rubens Liliputäpfel rotfleischig
Here you find Pomvital , Roter Mond and Weirouge; also a blood pear.
Developer of the Baya Marisa .
Malus 'Baya Marisa
Malus 'Rote Sternrenette
Malus 'Roter Alatau-Apfel
Malus 'Roter Herbstkalvill (it seems not red fleshed)
Malus soulardii redflesh, Rotfleishiger findling Gottingen, Rote Sternrenette, Geneva, Roter Mond,
Niedzwetskyana, and others. Next year: Christmas Pink, Grenadine; presumably with agreement from Greenmantle Nurseries (see below).
The bio - active apple 'Aroma Best'
....Note: they don't send small orders but when I ordered about 15 plants of different species they did send them.
Lubera sells all of the Redlove apples, bred by Swiss nurseryman Marcus Kobelt. They only send to Switzerland and parts of Germany, but Planzenspezl usually sells them more widely about a year later. In the UK you can only get Redloves from Sutton's (see below).
Red Miller's Seedling
Discovery, Baya Marisa (aka Tickled Pink), Rosette (spectacular 'Discovery' sport judging by Orangepippin's photo)
Redlove Era and Sirena; also a blood peach.
Greenmantle Nursery, Garberville, California.
Pink Pearmain, Rubaiyat, Christmas Pink, Thornberry, Grenadine, Blush Rosette, Pink Parfait. These are the Etter apples; only available in USA; Greenmantle Nurseries are the sole suppliers and buyers must sign a non-propagation agreement.
STILL LOOKING FOR THESE:
Pomme Sanguine (blood apple)
Good pictures here from the House of Diversity, Manosque, Alpes de Haute-Provence, which has an orchard of 500 fruit trees.
compiled by Hans Parneel; / Diversity website
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