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Dessert / Eating Apple Trees

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Devonshire Quarrenden Apple

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Devonshire Quarrenden is a very old apple of unknown origin from about 1685. Devonshire Quarrenden is one of the delights of the early harvest apple, straight from the tree it has a distinct strawberry like sweet flavour. Attractive deep red skin, flesh nicely crisp infused with pink red tones.

Discovery Apple

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Apple Discovery often heralds the start of the apple season being a very early variety. The apples of the Discovery are of medium size coloured fresh green with a deep red blush on one side. Crisp white flesh tinged pink, fresh juicy flavour with hint of strawberry. Apple Discovery needs to be eaten straight from the tree to enjoy its flavour to the full.

Egremont Russet Apple

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Egremont Russet apples have been considered one of the finest dessert apples for well over a century, very popular in the Victorian era. Supposedly raised by the Earl of Egremont, Petworth, Sussex around 1872. Still one of the most important commercial russet apples grown in England.

Ellisons Orange Apple

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Apple Ellisons Orange is a classic tasting English apple, producing a good medium sized, golden-yellow dessert apple with attractive crimson stripes. Has a strong influence of taste characteristic from one of its parents Coxs Orange Pippin with crisp and tender juicy flesh but with a unique spicy anise flavour.

Epicure Apple

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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

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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.

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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

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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.

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.

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.

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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.

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