JoJo's Delight

Diamond Apple

History & Discovery

In 1820 the Diamond was the fastest ship on the Atlantic. On the night of 2nd January 1825, Captain Macey misjudged his approach to Liverpool and the ship was wrecked on Sarn Padrig, an undersea reef in Cardigan Bay.
The cargo of premium apples was washed ashore. Seedlings from these fruit eventually gave rise to the famous Diamond Orchard of Dyffryn Ardudwy. Diamond apples were especially popular in Barmouth Market in the 1850's. 
Two local men were returning with their fortunes from America, one drowned – dragged to his doom by his Gold. His friend threw his money belt into the sea and was saved, only to die a pauper in Caernarfon. American Gold coins can still be found on the nearby beach.


The juice has a refreshing balance of sweetness and a vinous acidity. Picking time and pollination group are uncertain at this time.

Grown in Wales Stick in Label

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Welsh To The Core small tie on label

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Diamond Apple

Large Tie on Label

Rootstock & Eventual Tree Size

All fruit trees are grafted onto rootstocks. The rootstocks determine eventual tree size.
Bigger trees are more robust & produce more fruit, but take up more space.
Always choose a bigger rootstock if you need extra anchorage or your soil is in poor (very wet, dry or rocky). Small trees cannot compete with grass and weeds.
Select your rootstock by using the paypal button corresponding to the eventual size of tree you desire. You will have the option to select the number of trees you wish to order on the Paypal page.

Eventual Estimated Tree Size Stock Level Add to a Paypal Shopping Basket
10' (foot) £19.95 each in stock
15' (foot) £19.95 each sold out
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Help the delivery man

Email Us your phone number- or if you're likely to be out let us know where it is safe & cool to leave the tree or the address of a neighbour

Delivery starts mid November.