Producers & Members

Scottish Apple Producers Group - Malus Discovery

National Trust for Scotland

The National Trust for Scotland holds several significant collections of historic Apple cultivars, many include ancient trees from early in the 20th century or before.
Ellison variety tree

Orchard Revival Ltd.

Orchard Revival Ltd is Scotland’s charity for traditional orchards. It aims are to raise awareness to help the wider community to recognize the multiple benefits and value of orchards; local food, culture and social, health and wellbeing, heritage and history, economic, and biodiversity.
phil knotts croft

Phil Knott

Phil’s expertise are Consultancy and fruit tree supply, West coast varieties, and establishing orchards in challenging ground and working within crofting systems.
John Hancox' orchard

Scottish Heritage Fruit Trees (Producer)

Scottish Fruit Trees supplies finest apple, plum, pear and cherry trees across Scotland. This includes heritage, mainstream, and more specialist cider varieties and our list extends to about 250 varieties to suit the many and varied Scottish climates.   They also supply a range of soft fruit and hedging plants. 
Skye apple nursery

Social Juice (Neil Clapperton- Producer)

Social Juice is a community interest company supported by dozens of volunteers.
Solsgirth farm apples

Solsgirth Farm (Producer)

Solsgirth Farm is a working farm with Aberdeen Angus cattle, farrowing sows and lambing ewes, a number of emu, Rhea, turkeys , ducks & chickens. Also 30-40 beehives & approximately 600 apple trees of various types. 
Christian Stolte is making his own sparkling cider, called Seider, at a steading near Maryculter. Picture by KATH FLANNERY

The Wee Scottish Cider Company (Producer)

Christian Stolte is a producer of Apple cider with the Champagne method, from apples from Scottish gardens and has a small orchard in Cluny Castle.
David Nichol - owner, Two Magpies

Two Magpies, Scottish Cider (Producer)

Crafty Magpie Cider is a naturally fermented traditional cider and perry that contains only apples and pears grown in their own orchards at Stonehaven. They use their own natural and wild yeast to ferment the juice which is pressed at Glasslaw.
Part of the Wester Campsie Farm cut flower garden.

Wester Campsie Farm (Producer)

Brian, Janet Hill and his sons Edward and George embarked this winter on the first phase their project to plant 1500 trees on a one hectare site;  part of a five year plan.