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Redlove® Era®

The red-fleshed dessert apple in autumn

Redlove® Era®
 
 
 

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Product information "Redlove® Era®"

Form/appearance: Medium size, round, 95% dark red, almost fluorescent, you think you see the red flesh
Texture/firmness: Firm and crisp, medium-celled, fine texture, juicy, super bite
Flavour/aroma: Sugar and sourness are very balanced, appreciated by lovers of sweetish and tart apples, the refreshing tone predominates slightly, berry flavour, very round
Growth/health: Weak growth, extremely fertile, scab resistant
Harvest/maturity/storage: Harvest approximately from 10-20 September, ready to eat once picked, naturally storable until Christmas
Final size of bush: Height: 2-3 m, crown diameter: 1.2-2 m
Final height of espalier: Height: 2-3 m, length: 3 m
Final size of semi-standard: Stem height: 0,7-0,9m, crown height: 3-4 m, crown diameter: 3-4 m
 
 
What are Redloves®?
 
-the exclusive breeding by Lubera
-a new type of fruit beyond the apple
-the new flavour: refreshing with a hint of berry
-healthy, thanks to the red ingredients - anthocyanins
-beautiful, thanks to the pink flowers, red buds and red apples
-resistant to scab
 

Redloves® are the first good tasting, red-fleshed apples
Apple varieties. Wait, did I hear apple? No, actually the Redloves® are a new type of fruit that is just as distinguishable from the apple as nectarines and peaches or grapefruits and oranges. Although Redloves® look almost like normal apples from the outside, the skin’s fluorescent red colour already hints about the inside from the start; about the inside and other values of this new type of fruit. And this is what characterises the Redloves®:
 

Not only the red and sometimes pinkish red flesh, the wonderful markings in longitudinal and cross sections, but also a new aroma that is ultimately influenced by the red colouring agent and ingredients: a fresh fruitiness, with a hint of berry flavour, that characterises the sweet varieties. Beauty tastes good here...and is, thanks to the antioxidant colouring agent and ingredients that are several times more prevalent in the Redloves® than in apples, also healthy, too!


Redloves® are first of all, thanks to the sugar and the aroma, suitable for fresh enjoyment; in addition, there are also no limits to the imagination in the kitchen: from fruit salad to cake and slices of Redloves, fresh and cooked, up to red love-sauce (not oxidised) and dried Redlove® rings...Try it all! It’s a feast for the eyes and the palate!
 
  • Flowering Period May
  • Ripeness/Harvest Period September, October
  • Final height 2m to 3m
  • Final width 2m to 3m
  • Available February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November
  • Plant Type deciduous
  • Autumn Colouration shades of red and yellow
  • Sweetness sweet/sour
  • Use outdoors, for wild gardens, South- and West-facing walls, North- and East-facing walls, as a hedge, as a specimen plant
  • Hardiness hardy
  • Soil moist, dry, heavy, moderately heavy, light, slightly alkaline, neutral, slightly acidic
  • Location partial shade, full sun
  • Flower Colour red, pink
  • Leaf Colour brown, red
  • Lubera Easy Tip Based on our experience in the variety tests but also in customer service, we have awarded this plant with the title “Lubera Easy Tip”. With this designation, we emphasise only those plants that according to our experience work (almost) everywhere; they are easy to grow and bear fruits or produce flowers quickly and without problems. These are plants that can be enjoyed immediately and without effort once planted.
  • Lubera Breeding This plant was bred by Lubera in Switzerland and placed on the market after extensive testing at our facilities in Buchs (CH) and Bad Zwischenahn (D). In 20 years of work, Lubera's founder and breeder Markus Kobelt has bred more than 80 of his own new varieties for the home garden; they all have the goal of providing you, our customers, with more experience and flavour, easier growing and more resistant, more robust varieties.

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Jul 10, 2018

Redlove apple trees (Lynn Ellis)

Hello everyone at Lubera! I have 2 important questions for you about my beautiful Redlove Apple trees. I have 3 Redlove Apple trees Era Circe and Sirena. They have been planted in the Spring of 2015, and all look so beautiful in blossom every Spring. The harvest of fruit has been increasing every year and from Circe and Sirena was spectacular last year, although Era has produced less and growth seems a little slower with Era too. My very important questions are:- 1; Should I ever prune these Redlove trees? (I have heard that no pruning is required whatsoever! EVER! ! Is this correct? ) 2; Should I fertilise my Redlove Apple trees each Spring with blood fish and bone, or garden compost/manure? (I am an organic gardener). I need to check with you the experts in the care of this unique tree because again I have heard that Redlove Apple trees need no fertiliser at all! ????? I love my Special Redlove Apple trees very much and want to give them the very best suitable care possible. So I look forward to your expert advice. Thank you for creating these wonderful exciting very special trees. Lynn

 
Jul 12, 2018

Redlove apple trees (Lubera)

1) You have to prune the tree a little bit each year. You find more information on our gardenshop-Side: http://www.lubera.co.uk/plants/fruit-trees/apple-trees/red-fleshed-apple-trees-redloves/redlove-era?c=520 and http://www.lubera.co.uk/plants/fruit-trees/apple-trees/summer-apples/redlove-circe?c=520
2) They need fertilizer, Compost every spring would be perfect.

May 12, 2018

Seeds (Dustin862)

I was wondering since you are not able to ship a tree to the U.S. because there are so many restrictions on importing living plants, and the traveling time could be too long for some species, what about shipping a packet of seeds to the U.S would that be possible?

 
May 18, 2018

Seeds (Lubera)

No I like to travel in the US. And would not like to end in a immigration prison ;-)

Apr 4, 2018

Redlove® Era® or Odysso (Vicky )

Hi liners do you shipping to india ? Or can you please sent me Redlove® Era® or Odysso stick for grafting. Please If any of agreement is possible let me . Thank you Vicky

 
May 18, 2018

Redlove® Era® or Odysso (Lubera)

No, we don't shipping to india, i'm sorry!

Mar 31, 2018

Redlove as column tree (Catherine)

Can I prune my Redlove Era as a columnar tree? If so, how do I do it?

 
Jan 11, 2018

Rootstocks (Pedro)

Could you please tell me what are the rootstocks available for this tree? Would like to plant it in Portugal. M25 or MM111 would be the best in my case.

 
Feb 1, 2018

Rootstocks (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
the rootstock we use for the Redloves is M9.
greetings Sonja
Lubera Team

Jun 12, 2017

Redlove Odysso or Calypso (Madis Eelmaa)

Hei, I am living in Estonia. Our winter is cold , sometimes minus 20 -25 C. Is it ok to grow this apple in my country?

 
Feb 1, 2018

Redlove Odysso or Calypso (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
it is long time ago, we had such cold temperatures here. If it has snow, it is not problematic, as snow is an isolation.
Our rootstock M9 is not resistant for such deep temperatures.

greetings
Sonja
Lubera Team

May 14, 2017

the red love pollination (Scheherazade Pesante)

Do different members of the redlove varieties pollinate each other?

 
Feb 1, 2018

the red love pollination (Sonja Dreher)

Hello

yes they bloom at the same time and can pollinate each other.
greetings Sonja
Lubera Team

Apr 13, 2017

Redlove 'Era' (Alexandra Allan )

Hallo, I bought a 1-year Redlove Era tree from you 18 months ago and planted it on my UK allotment. Sadly I now have to give up my allotment and move house. I will have a courtyard in the new place. Could I move the tree to a pot this autumn and could it flourish in a large pot in the courtyard?

 
Feb 1, 2018

Redlove 'Era' (Sonja Dreher)

Hello
yes, you can dig it out and plant it in a big pot.
Use soil for roses and give it longterm fertilizer in spring.
Make sure that as the tree grows, the pot has to be of appropriate size.

greetings Sonja
Lubera Team

Mar 17, 2017

pollination (jun)

hi, are Odysso®,Era®,Cuckoo ,Calypso® and Circe® bloom at same time?Thank you

 
Feb 1, 2018

pollination (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
yes they bloom at the same time and can pollinate each other.
greetings Sonja
Lubera Team

Jan 22, 2017

Red Love (Elizabeth Salapo)

Do you ship to the US

 
Jan 25, 2017

ship to US (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
Thank you for your interest in our products.
Unfortunately we cannot ship to US . We only ship within Europe
There are so many restrictions on importing living plants, and the traveling time could be too long for some species.
Maybe Mr. Kobelt, our Boss, will think about a solution, now we have so much positive feedback on our products from all over the world.
Of course we will make an announcement, if we start shipping overseas.

kind regards your Lubera Team

Dec 21, 2016

Redlove Apple Trees (John McGleenan)

Do you ship (free of cost) Redlove apple trees to N Ireland? Regards, John McGleenan

 
May 12, 2016

How to keep the fruit (Anne)

Hi, we were bought a true and it has borne lots of fruit. But we wanted to keep some of the fruit for a later date wrapped in newspaper and kept in a cool, dark, garage, but they didn't keep at all. What should we do to keep them? Thanks.

 
Feb 2, 2016

Redlove® Odysso (Lin Xiao Yu)

I would like to ask Redlove® Odysso have configured pollination tree, but still severe fruit drop is what causes it?

 
Feb 2, 2016

pollination and fruit drop (Sonja Dreher)

Hello,
Odysso/ Era/ Calypso and Circe are all not self pollinating. But in the apple blooming time insects are transporting enough good apple pollen around to serve for a good pollination. We never have complaints for pollination of apples or Redloves.
Redloves have their full fruit setting rate when they are 5 years old, as these species are bred for early harvesting success.
The fruitfall is a selfprotecting method, when the tree is too young, or has other terms of stress from the environment, like lack of nutrients or not enough water etc.

Feb 2, 2016

Redlove® Odysso (Lin Xiao Yu)

I would like to ask Redlove® Odysso have configured pollination tree, but still severe fruit drop is what causes it? Ich möchte Redlove® Odysso zu stellen haben Bestäubung Baum konfiguriert, aber noch schwerer Fruchtfall ist, was es bewirkt?

 
Oct 12, 2015

Pruning Redlove Era (JM)

What is the best way to prune the Redlove Era. Also should the numbers of fruit on each branch be reduced during the growing season? We have just left our 2 trees and the bottom branches have so many fruits they touch the floor. All fruits are small though so should we have removed some fruits from each branch earlier in the year to encourage bigger fruit.

 
Oct 12, 2015

Pruning Redlove Era (sonja dreher)

Hello,
normally the best way of pruning is not pruning at all.
You only need to prune if branches are rivaling, growing crosswise or touching each other.
In the first year it is better to remove half of the apples, to get bigger fruit and to let the tree get some strength for growing.
Sometimes the load of apples on a branch can break it, so it is good to support these branches.
Kind regards
your Lubera Team

Oct 5, 2015

Redlove Odysso (annika)

Hello, I'm interested in the Redlove Odysso as I believe it's the sweetest (is that right?). Do I need a pollinator? IF so, which group does it need to be from? I look forward to hearing from you. Thanks a

 
Oct 8, 2015

Redlove Odysso (sonja dreher)

Hello,

yes Odysso is the sweetest of the Redlove range.
You would need a pollinator but any other apples with diploid pollen, that blooms at the same time, will do.
This trees needs not to be in the same garden. It can be in your neighbour's garden too. The insects are flying far enough.

kind regards
Your Lubera team

Oct 4, 2015

Redlove question (norma)

Hello, please could you explain the different between a bush and semi standard tree so I can decide which one to order. Thank you,

 
Oct 8, 2015

Redlove question (sonja dreher)

Hello,
a bush will grow up to a hight of 2,5 meters and the lowest branches start 60 cm above the ground.
A semi standard tree has the first branches at a hight of 120cm and grows up to 3 meters
kind regards
Your Lubera team

Aug 18, 2015

Red love apples (Ffion Davies)

Are the apples safe to eat?

 
Aug 20, 2015

Red love apples (sonja dreher)

Hello,
yes, the Redlove® Apples are absolutely safe to eat.
We have four diffrent varieties, which differ a little in Taste, ripening time and shelf life.
Odysso is the sweetest of them.

We also sell the juice of the Redlove®Apples in 5 Liter bags.
You can find it all in our online shop at www.lubera.co.uk

kind regards your lubera team.

Aug 18, 2015

Red love apples (Ffion Davies)

Are the apples safe to eat?

 
Aug 20, 2015

Red love apples (sonja dreher)

Hello,
yes, the Redlove® Apples are absolutely safe to eat.
We have four diffrent varieties, which differ a little in Taste, ripening time and shelf life.
Odysso is the sweetest of them.

We also sell the juice of the Redlove®Apples in 5 Liter bags.
You can find it all in our online shop at www.lubera.co.uk

kind regards your lubera team.

Mar 2, 2015

joaquim (moreira)

Quel's sont les pollinizateur du pommier Redlove

 
Mar 3, 2015

Pollinizateur pour Redlove (Your Lubera Team - Sonja Hendrischke)

Pollinizateure sont touts le varieté normal, comme Cox Orange et Golden Delicieux, Reine de Renettes, Rubinette et toutes les pommes avec pollen diploid.

Kind regards
Your Lubera team

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