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- Mr Wheatley

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Apple Trees A - Z

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Epicure Apple

£12.50  -  £32.00

Apple Epicure produces heavy crops of delicious but somewhat smallish apples early in the season. Yellow green skin, flushed dull orange with deep red stripes. Crisp juicy sweet flesh with a distinctive and refreshing flavour which when picked straight from the tree has to be one of the joys of the apple picking season.

Fiesta (Red Pippin) Apple


Though Apple Fiesta, sometimes called Red Pippin is easily found on the supermarket shelf it is still worthy of a place in any collection of apple trees for its comparative ease of growing and very good disease resistance.


Our trees are propagated from a very old tree found in the remains of an old derelict orchard in central Suffolk. Gascoynes Scarlet produces a medium sized apple, green with bright scarlet red flush, flesh is firm moderately juicy with a subtle flavour


George Cave is an attractive early season medium sized dessert apple. Fruit can vary in colour but usually is pale green-yellow with red flush diffused over one half. Flesh is crisp with a sweet and juicy finish. A reliable cropper, George Cave originated as a chance seedling and was named after the raiser a Mr George Cave.


Golden Noble produces good crops of large golden yellow cooking apples, high in vitamin C. Regarded by many as the best cooking apple, certainly a good reliable alternative to Bramley.

Grangers Pearmain Apple

£14.50  -  £56.00

Granny Smith Apple

£19.75  -  £48.00

A well known apple of the supermarket shelf. Granny Smith apples are instantly recognizable with their bright green coloured skin. Supposedly discovered by a Mrs Maria Smith growing as a seedling on a rubbish tip in Australia around 1860s.


Greensleeves Apple

£19.75  -  £48.00

An apple of recent breeding in 1966 from the Horticultural Research Institute, East Malling in Kent. Greensleves is a cross between James Grieve and Golden Delicious. Pale greenish yellow in colour turning a more golden yellow if left on the tree till October.

Grenadier Apple

£18.95  -  £56.00

Grenadier makes a good flavoured early cooker ripening from early August. Cooks to a delicious puree with a strong appley taste. Grenadier was once a very popular early cooker now seldom grown commercially, which is a shame given its ease of cultivation and natural disease resistance.

Herefordshire Redstreak Apple

£15.50  -  £19.75

Apple Heredfordshire Redstreak was a very early cider apple variety considered the finest of its day. It was raised by Lord Scudamore in the 1600s from a pip he brought back from France when he was Ambassador.

Honey Pippin Apple

£18.95  -  £24.95

The Honey Pippin apple was raised by Justin Brooke in the 1950s and introduced by a nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk. Presented to the National Fruit Collection in 1981. Named Honey Pippin to reflect the sweet honeyed taste with a strong accent of Cox Orange Pippin flavour.

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