And finally Black Oxford (Orange Oxford in our climate, they never color up well, as opposed to King David which turns almost black when ripe).
Applenut, have you try to thin them out for one per cluster to see how big they get? Tony F.
Alas, this is at a preschool and I'm afraid the trees don't get a lot of love. I get by around twice a year but don't have time to thin the whole orchard. The kids weed it but none of the teachers have the nerve to thin, I keep telling them they'll get better fruit by it.
All the varieties are high-chill despite us only having about 250 chilling hours. The result is lots of blind wood but heavy crops; the trees won't get much bigger than this because of it and we've tightened up the spacing on them. The low-chill trees like Anna and Dorsett Golden do get big and we have to have them off by themselves.