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Cider Apples

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bloodanddreams starts with ...
Is there such a thing as low/medium chill cider Apple trees? I am growing both "tropical" varieties of some trees (Apple, peach) plus standard varieties (Apricot, Pear & Plums) and wish to expand into cider production but cannot find any information about suitable types for warmer areas.. Would the French types be from warmer climes?
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Tommoz says...
Check out Pete the Permie, he has hundreds of apple varieties. He lists 27 cider varieties for his scion wood list, but he probably offers more. He'd know which one is low chill, or maybe you can do more research. http://www.petethepermie.com/fruit/apple-scion-list-for-winter-june-to-oct/
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Diana says...
Woodbridge also has many cider apples with varying chill needs https://www.woodbridgefruittrees.com.au/4-cider-apples#chill-tolerance_normal-chill
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