Apples

 


   


 

Bramley Clone - (Cooking). 20% less vigorous than 'Bramleys Seedling'. Sharp, fruity flavour. Cooks and bakes well. Excellent keeper.

PICK: October. USE: October-March. POLLINATION GROUP: 3 Triploid

           

   

 

 

Bramley's Seedling - (Cooking). Large bright green fruit. Sharp fruity flavour. Cooks, bakes and keeps well.

PICK: October. USE: October-March. POLLINATION GROUP: 3 Triploid

           

       

Charles Ross - (Eating) - A trouble-free variety with attractive green-yellow, red-flushed fruit. Sweet and juicy, creamy-white flesh.

PICK: September. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
       

Christmas Pippin - (Eating) - NEW. A high quality variety that is very easy to grow with a good Cox flavour. Both flowers and crops heavily.

PICK: October. USE: October-January. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           

       

Core Blimey - (Eating) - Wonderfully aromatic, juicy and crisp. It is a highly flavoured Cox type apple, but easier to grow. Disease Resistant.

PICK: October. USE: October. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
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Cox Self Fertile - (Eating) - Fruit has a beautiful orange flush over greenish yellow. Deep cream flesh with aromatic flavour.

PICK: October. USE: October-January. POLLINATION GROUP: Self Fertile

           
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Crispin - (Eating) - A crisp, sweet apple, similar to a Golden Delicious. Heavy cropper.

PICK: October. USE: October. POLLINATION: 3

           
   

 

 

Discovery - (Eating) - Pale green fruit flushed bright red. Crisp and juicy.Perhaps the finest early apple.Delicious when eaten straight fromthe tree.

PICK: August. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           

       

Eden - (Eating & Cooking) - Delicious, crisp, sweet and aromatic. Behaves like a Bramley when cooked, producing a snow-white puree, requiring no added sugar.

PICK: September. POLLINATION GROUP: Self Fertile

           
   

 

 

Egremont Russet - (Eating) - Golden-brown skin with patches of dark russet. Firm, creamy flesh with sweet aromatic flavour. Good frost resistance.

PICK: October. POLLINATION GROUP: 2


         

   

 

 

Fiesta - (Eating) - An alternative in Northern England to 'Cox'. Bright red fruit with same sweet and juicy flavour as the Cox.

PICK: October. POLLINATION GROUP: 3


         
       

Greensleeves - (Eating) - Large, crisp, juicy green-yellow fruits. Very high yielding. Hardy, ideal for Northern England. Produces fruit early in its life.

PICK: September. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
       

James Grieve - (Eating) - Pale yellow fruit with an orange-red flush. VerY juicy with a sharp, refreshing taste. Good cropper. Frost resistant.

PICK: September. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
   

 

 

Katy - (Eating) - Heavy crops of bright red early fruits, with sweet juicy firm flesh. Good pollinator.

PICK: September. POLLINATION GROUP: 3


         
       

Limelight - (Eating) - An improvement on 'Greensleeves'. Heavy crops of disease resistant fruits with a pink flush and a crisp refreshing taste.

PICK: September. USE: September-November. POLLINATION GROUP: Self Fertile

           
       

Paradice Gold - (Eating) - A good all round apple, with a sweet flavour and crisp texture.

PICK: October.  POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
   

 

 

Red Falstaff - (Eating) - A heavy cropper with crisp and juicy fruits. Frost resistant.

PICK: October. USE: October-March. POLLINATION GROUP: Self Fertile

           
       

Ribston Pippin - (Eating) - A popular, old variety with sweet crisp fruit with a yellow-red flush.

PICK: October. USE: October-February. POLLINATION GROUP: 2

           
   

 

 

Scrumptious - (Eating) - A self fertile disease resistant form suitable for all areas in the UK. Mid season flowering.

PICK: September. USE: September. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
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Tickled Pink - (Cooking/Eating) - Ornamental red/violet flowers in Spring, followed by full red fleshed fruit, with a crisp sweet flavour.

PICK: September-October. USE: September-January. POLLINATION GROUP: 3

           
                                                   

Family Apple Trees - Three varieties on one tree

Herefordshire Russet (Eating) - Fiesta (Eating) - Cox Self Fertile (Eating)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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