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Orchard

Where available?

At our storage:

At our storage:

Mostkellerei VeitlbauerBichl 3, 8932 St. Gallen // www.veitlbauer.at

At regional Landmarkt shops:

At regional Landmarkt shops:

in Landl, St. Gallen, Admont, Aigen or Plant‘s Corner in Liezen

farm shop Grabnerhof:

Hall 225, 8911 Admont (except July and August)every Thursday from 14:00 till 16:30 o’clock Phone: 0664 / 404 20 37

An apple a day keeps the doctor away!

Sometimes it is very difficult to figure out from where groceries are coming from. But in our case it is different. Plant your own apple or pear tree and ensure for yourself a high variety and quality of fruits in your garden.

Fruit tree? Regional fruit trees from the Nature and Geopark region are aware of the climate and cultural landscape. Old orchard trees are within the Naturepark for decades. If you plant a high variety of fruit trees you ensure yourself apple and pears all year round, vitamins, fruits for various processing such as jams, juice, schnapps, cider or apple crisps. And on the plus side you will have a long time friend which stands in your garden all day, bad or good weather, flowers in spring, shadow in the summer, fruits in autumn.  And finally it is very good for the biodiversity of your garden. It is home to different insects and birds. Various flowers and plants can be found on an orchard meadow as well.

So, do not wait – get one of our fabulous orchard trees.

Our fruit salad

Our dessert fruit

Our dessert fruit

Enjoyment directly from the tree for example: Lavanttaler Bananenapfel oder Steirischer Constantin

Our fruit for processing

Our fruit for processing

Superb for processing for example: Großer Rheinischer Bohnapfel or Gesäuseapfel

Our allrounder

Our allrounder

Directly from the tree or for processing for example:  Jakob Lebel or Palfauer Pommeralmapfel

Our cider pears

Our cider pears

for example Luxemburger Mostbirne or Eisenwurzenbirne

Our sizes

Attention! All our trees are getting big with a certain cultivation. The only thing which is different are the crowns. It depends on the rootstock if the crown starts on a lower or higher level.

Stammhöhe

Domestic apple cultivars growing in the Nature Park

The following list provides an overview of the current stock of domestic apple varieties. Standard, half-standard and bush fruit trees are listed separately. All trees are grafted onto seedlings. In this case, the terms standard, half-standard and bush only refer to the current growth and height of trees grafted 2 years ago giving information on the future height of the crown.

wdt_ID Apfel-Sorte Info Hochstamm Halbstamm Busch
1 Alkemene 0 0 0
2 Batullenapfel 0 0 0
3 Berner Rosenapfel 0 0 0
4 Charlamovsky 0 0 0
5 Cludius Herbstapfel 0 0 0
6 Coulons Renette 0 0 0
7 Damason Renette 0 0 0
8 Danziger Kantapfel 0 0 0
9 Dülmener Rosenapfel 0 0 0
10 Großreiflinger Eckapfel 0 0 0

Domestic pear cultivars growing in the Nature Park

The following list provides an overview of the current stock of domestic pear varieties. Standard, half-standard and bush fruit trees are listed separately. Please go to “Open PDF” to get information on the respective characteristics. “Ripe to eat” and “ripe to pick”- months indicated in Roman numerals (a= start, m = middle, e = end). As we are currently filling up and completing the database, some descriptions are incomplete or might be missing entirely. All trees are grafted onto seedlings. In this case, the terms standard, half-standard and bush only refer to the current growth and height of trees grafted 2 years ago giving information on the future height of the crown.

wdt_ID Birnen-Sorte Info Hochstamm Halbstamm Busch
1 Ardagger Mostbirne 0 0 0
3 Clairgeus Butterbirne 0 0 0
4 Gellerts Butterbirne 0 0 0
5 Griesbirne 0 0 0
6 Grüne Pichlbirne 0 0 0
7 Herzogin Elsa 0 0 0
8 Köstliche von Charneaux 0 0 0
9 Luxemburger Mostbirne 0 0 0
10 Madam Verte 0 0 0
11 Nagowitzbirne 0 0 0