loading
Prefer To Call? support@quickcrop.com
  • James grieve are a reliable cropping variety of apple tree

'James Grieve' Apple Trees M9 Semi Dwarf

Qty:
18.95

In a nutshell....

'James Grieve' is a traditional apple variety, it is juicy with a pleasant acidity when picked early before mellowing to a soft sweetness when ripe. Not available in Supermarkets because they bruise easily so a treat only for the home grower.

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-October

This product is currently out of stock

'James Grieve' Apple Trees

Pre-order now for delivery from mid-October

'James Grieve' is a traditional apple variety, it is juicy with a pleasant acidity when picked early before mellowing to a soft sweetness when ripe. Not available in Supermarkets because they bruise easily so a treat only for the home grower. Grown Semi Dwarf M9 Rootstock reaching heights of 6 (1.8m) -9 ft (2.7m).

'James Grieve' has exceptional taste, is a reliable producer, is disease resistant and is a good pollinator for other varieties. A very good dessert apple but also makes a delicate stewed apple when picked early, good juice too.

Write a Review
Jimmy
May 14th, 2021
Good healthy plant, came bout of dormancy with no issues and have started to flower already
Scott mcleod
November 09th, 2020
We have had this variety for a few years now it is very good to eat. We leave it on the tree for a little longer to sweeting the fruit. The tree has never let us down and has an abundance of apples every year. It is also good for pie making as the fruit softens in baking.
Ask a Question
Asked By penny
on November 24th, 2020
hi niall - please recommend an eating apple tree x 2 for me - need one that will tolerate damp soil in winter - I love the tart taste of coxes - or the more traditional irish apple I remember from childhood. not a fan of the super sweet pink lady types.... have loads of cooking apples in the orchard, just one other eating apple. Ideally easy to pick from too. thanks
Answered by Niall
on November 24th, 2020
Hi Penny One for sure for a hardy area to grow and great taste is James Grieve and I would also highly recommend Lord Lambourne Niall Quickcrop
Asked By Fred Utley
on November 03rd, 2020
How old are these trees? Are they likely to bear any fruit in 2021?
Answered by Niall
on November 03rd, 2020
Hi Fred They are 2 year old trees and come to you between 5/6 feet tall. Once there is a pollinator in the area they will bare fruit in their first year with you however it will be small amounts. Year 2 will give very good fruit Niall Quickcrop
Asked By David Wilson
on February 04th, 2019
James Grieve - does it self pollinate or need other varieties near it. If so what is a suitable partner to get two trees to cross pollenate - i have space for two trees 2.4 height ideally. What else could you recommend
Answered by Niall
on February 07th, 2019
Hi David James Grieve is not a self pollinator and it is a mid season flowering variety so it will pollinate with any of the following. Discovery, Elstar, Spartan or Granny Smith Keep them well pruned after year 2 and the space you have should be fine Regards Niall Quickcrop

Important Delivery & Stock Information June 2021

 

Delivery Times

We will be operating our business as usual over the coming months as thankfully, current lockdown measures haven't required us to close our warehouses. Delivery times have been impacted over the year with the increase in online shopping putting immense strain on all couriers. Thankfully we are almost back to normal. 

Please allow 2-3 working days for delivery.

We sincerely apologise for any inconvenience which may have been caused due to Covid-19 and very much appreciate your patience during this time. 

Standard Quickcrop deliveries only €3.95.

Standard delivery €3.95 - Our standard delivery rate is €3.95 and covers all goods except raised beds and some selected heavy items. €3.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of items ordered.

Allotment raised beds €5.95 - Allotment style raised beds carry a delivery of €5.95 per complete order. €5.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of allotment raised beds or additional items ordered.

Premier/Deluxe raised beds €9.95 - Premier or Deluxe raised beds carry a delivery of €9.95 per complete order. €9.95 is the total delivery price irrespective of the number of raised beds or additional items ordered.

Bulky Items €9.95 - Some large items (e.g. compost bins) carry a delivery charge of €9.95. Any items that carry the large item surcharge will be clearly marked on the product page.

Will there be any extra charges? There are no customs fees. Occasionally an additional delivery charge may be incurred when preorder items are ordered along with items for immediate delivery. Preorder items include  bulbs, seed potatoes, garlic, onions, bare root stock etc. 

European deliveries outside Ireland
We also deliver to the UK and other European countries, please see our delivery rates below. Our flat delivery rate is an absolute bargain and is far cheaper than any of our competitors, please take this into account when comparing product prices.

Where do we deliver to?
We deliver nationwide to the island of Ireland, the U.K., Austria, Benelux Countries, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland. Please see our delivery rates below:

€12.95 - The United Kingdom (Highlands and Islands may incur a surcharge, please contact us at support@quickcrop.com for details)

€14.95 - Austria, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Denmark, France, Germany, Switzerland.

How long does it take?
Stock permitting we aim to dispatch your goods within 2 working days of receiving your order. The average time taken from order to delivery is 2-3 days for Irish orders, 3-5 days for UK orders, and 8-10 working days for other European destinations.

What If I'm not in at time of delivery?
The driver will leave a note with the depot contact number. Delivery can be arranged for the next day or a later date.

I'm ordering several items, do they all arrive at the same time?
All items dispatched at the same time will normally be delivered in one delivery. The exceptions are bulk bags of soil or compost which comes in a separate delivery using a different delivery company. Seedlings will be dispatched directly from our tunnels.

What if my parcel is damaged or I wish to return the goods I have ordered?
Contact our office at support@quickcrop.com and we will arrange collection and refund or replacement of faulty or damaged goods.

If you wish to return goods for any reason other than damaged or faulty items please return the item to us at the following address and we will issue a refund minus the delivery charge. Goods must be undamaged and in their original packaging. Please take care when parceling returned goods to ensure it reaches us in good condition.

Our returns address is: Quickcrop ltd., Unit 4, Ballymote Industrial Estate, Ballymote, Co.Sligo.

 

If you are unsure about any aspect of our delivery service, feel free to email us at support@quickcrop.com. Messages are monitored between 8am and 4pm Monday to Friday

Independent quickcrop reviews
'James Grieve' Apple Trees M9 Semi Dwarf
Your Rating:
Your Comments:

The most useful reviews contain specific comments about:

  • How to use the product
  • Things that you like about it
  • Things you don't like about it

Please do not include: HTML, references to other retailers, pricing, personal information, or any profane, inflammatory or copyrighted comments.

If you are unhappy with any of our products or sevices we want to do something to help. Fill in this field and we will contact you to sort out any issues you may have.

Submit Review
'James Grieve' Apple Trees M9 Semi Dwarf
Your Question:

Please do not include: HTML, references to other retailers, pricing, personal information, or any profane, inflammatory or copyrighted comments.

If you are unhappy with any of our products or sevices we want to do something to help. Fill in this field and we will contact you to sort out any issues you may have.

Ask Question