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Apple Trees A - Z

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The Catherine apple produces a medium to large sized yellow fruit with a lovely sweet delicate flavour when cooked also keeps its shape well. The origin of apple Catherine is slightly obscure, the most likely was it grew in the garden of a pub called the Live & Let Live around or just 1900 in the village of Coombs in Suffolk and was affectionately known as Catherine apple by the locals.

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Catshead apple is a very old English apple variety probably dating back to the 1600s so called because of its resemblance to a cat's head. It has also been known as Pigs Snout which is a little more believable with its extra long conical and ribbed shape.

Charles Ross Apple

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Apple Charles Ross provides an easy to grow apple with good disease resistance and an ideal apple to grow in more exposed places. Charles Ross produces good sized harvests of large firm, sweet and juicy dessert apples. Can be quite sharp when first picked straight from the tree in September so can also be used as a cooker.

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Chivers Delight produces an attractive medium sized late apple. Golden skinned with red flush and stripes on one side. Good crops of round, sweet, honeyed flavoured juicy fruit with a nice crunch to it. Bred in 1920 by Stephen Chivers, one of the famous Chivers jams and preserves family of Histon, Cambridgeshire. Stores well keeping its texture and crispness. An all round easy to grow and first rate apple that should be better known.

Christmas Pippin Apple

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A cox style apple that is very moreish.

Claygate Pearmain Apple

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Claygate Pearmain is named after the Surrey village of Claygate around 1822. Apple Claygate Pearmain soon became a popular variety during the Victorian and Edwardian periods; widely-grown in English estates and gardens alike.

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Originating from Suffolk around 1946.

Cornish Gilliflower Apple

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No prizes for knowing where apple Cornish Gillyflower originates. A high quality late dessert apple. Fine, firm flesh with an intense and perfumed sweet, rich flavour. Deep yellow-green knobbly fruit flushed speckled red and a dusting of russet.. Should be picked as late as possible for best flavour

Cottenham seedling Apple

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Apple Cottenham Seedling was raised by Robert Norman of Cottenham in Cambridshire around 1924. Cottenham Seedling was once a favourite of commercial growers in this fruit growing area of Cambridgeshire.

Court of Wick Apple

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Apple Court of Wick is a very old variety from Somerset c.1790. Small to medium conical shaped fruit with a red flush and attractive russet spots over a golden yellow background. Intense fruity flavour. Disease resistant and a strong grower which lends itself to tougher conditions.

Court Pendu Plat Apple

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Court Pendu Plat is one of the oldest apples still in present day cultivation. Court Pendu Plat was introduced to this country from France around 1613. It was a popular apple during Victorian times. Court Pendu Plat is an apple of intriguing characteristics.

Cox Orange Pippin Apple

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Coxs Orange Pippin is the original apple Cox that has spawned so many variations that have that famous Cox taste. Originally grown by a Mr Richard in Buckinghamshire around 1825. The parentage of the original Cox apple is unknown but the apple Ribston Pippin is regarded as probable.

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