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Apple Trees A - Z

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Granny Smith Apple

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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.

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Greensleeves Apple

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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

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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

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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 (M25) Apple

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Honey Pippin was raised by Justin Brooke in the 1950ís and introduced by a nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk.

Honey Pippin Apple

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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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A Norfolk variety apple from our Heritage Collection. Horsford Prolific was discovered by the Reverand Mountfield in the vicarage garden at Horsford near Norwich around 1913. Reliably produces good crops of medium large apples with a buttery yellow skin and orange red flush with red stripes.

Howgate Wonder Apple

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A Guinness Book record holder for the largest apple grown, one apple often all thats needed for an apple pie. Howgate Wonder was raised by a retired policeman turned gardener, a Mr G Wratton of Bembridge Isle of Wight in 1915 and named after the Howgate Lane he lived in

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Irish Peach is an attractive looking old Heritage variety of uncertain origin, some authorities suggest Irish Peach originated in Sligo, Ireland around the early 1800s. Produces smallish but juicy pale yellow-green apples.

James Grieve Apple

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Once very popular James Grieve is an old variety, which produces good crops of medium sized yellow skinned all-purpose fruit with an attractive striped red flush. Tends to bruise easily so supermarkets do not stock it, which is a shame as it has an excellent flavour very intense and sharp early in the season.

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