From left to right they are:
- Blue Pearmain
- Bramley's seedling
- Rome beauty (x2)
- Sturmer Pippin
- Cox's Orange Pippin
These will fruit through May and April. They are all on dwarf root stock.
Here is a close up of one, and you may be wondering why it is tied like that. Well, I am following the KNNN espaliering method - that is knee-navel-nipple-nose! I found out about this on a Tasmanian web site Woodbridge Fruit Trees. It has lots of information about choosing, planting, and pruning fruit trees and is well worth a visit. The KNNN espaliering method is clearly explained in their 'Articles' section.
Having all the late fruiting apples together will enable me to net them all easily when the time comes.
I have about a dozen more fruit trees of various varieties, including some early fruiting apples, to find space for.