Apple Admiral is an outstanding heritage variety dessert apple and extremely rare. Originated from pips brought back from Japan in 1921 by a Mr Watson of Upton Norfolk. This medium to large apple has sweet tasting firm flesh with a green skin and warm orange flushes.
Finding fame in Roger Deakins book Wildwood this unique tree was found near the seaside town of Aldeburgh growing in a shingle hollow as a large sprawling tree only reaching a height of three feet due to the relentless biting, salt laden winds.
Apple Allington Pippin is indeed a very interesting apple. The pale yellow skin has bright red streaks and is extremely juicy with a pleasant sharp taste, with a hint of pineapple. This sharp taste that Allington Pippin exhibits makes it an ideal dual purpose apple, keeping its shape when cooked.
Apple Annie Elizabeth is an outstanding old English cooker, perfect for any recipe that requires the apple to keep its shape when cooked. Taste is sharp with crisp flesh. It has a classic red flourish on green skin.
Apple Api Etoile is an extremely rare apple, small and attractive, brightly flushed red over the yellow skin. Apple Api Etoile is sweet tasting with a crisp flesh interior, this apple is delicious to eat and a heavy cropper.
Apple Arthur Turner is a very sweet cooking apple which cooks to a wonderfully light purée hardly needing any sugar. Arthur Turner has a washed green to yellow skin with a faded red flush, a true beauty.
Apple Bakers Delicious is a fantastic early cooking apple, a true pleasure to eat with its acidic taste, a really juicy apple with lots of sugar and an intense flavour. Bakers Delicious is a very handsome apple with bright orange flushes over the skin and a deep cream, crispy flesh.