"Thanks for helping us find the plants we were looking for - and a few more that caught our eyes besides - amongst the great and varied selection on your nursery. We are very pleased with the plants and will doubtless be back for more. Good value all round.

- Mr Wheatley

I recently bought an Ilex Verticillata from you and just wanted to say I was very impressed with your service from the email update of stock availability to packaging of the plant and delivery. Thank you. 

- Mr Gooch

Dessert / Eating Apple Trees

Page 5 of 8:    86 Items 

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
Show All Products

CALL

Raised by a Dr Allan Maclean in Sudbury during 1820 this late keeping dessert apple is ready to be picked in November allowing it to be kept until January. Roundish, rich and highly flavoured the Macleans Favourite has a yellow striped appearance and has been noted as an apple of the highest excellence by the London Horticultural Society in 1842.

Margil Apple

CALL

Apple Margil is amongst the oldest of dessert apple varieties grown in England. It has been claimed to be "One of the finest dessert apples, a rival of the Ribston Pippin, excelling it in juiciness, and being of a better size for dessert.

Marriage Maker Apple

CALL

Apple Marriage Maker is a sweet dessert apple, small with a mellow flavour. It is distinctively round with an entirely crimson skin.

Maxton Apple

CALL

Was known as Suffolk Superb and with good reason, the sweet flavour of this heavy cropping dessert apple is similar to that of the Laxton, juicy and packed with flavour.

Merton Beauty Apple

CALL

An old variety from around 1930. Medium sized fruit with slight red flush, sweet slightly aniseed flavoured flesh.

Merton Russet Apple

CALL

Apple Merton Russet is small with a distinctive skin of pale cinnamon/gold russet over yellow/gold base, often with a brown red flush on one side giving it a very attractive look.

CALL

An excellent sweet tasting apple slight russeting over firm flesh. Though propagation material originally received with this name it may well in fact be Norfolk Royal Russet, either way a first class apple.

Norfolk Royal Apple

CALL

A very attractive exhibition variety with a shiny crimson and yellow skin. Found as a chance seedling at North Walsham. Introduced in 1928 and soon well known in East Anglia. Crisp, juicy and sweet. Also cooks well.

CALL

Produces a medium sized apple with mostly yellow skin with a slight red flush and broken red stripes. Flesh is crisp and juicy with a strong strawberry fruity flavour which reflects one of its parents Worcester Pearmain the other being Apple Rival

CALL

Though originating from the Midlands it was a popular apple in East Anglia where its still found occassionally in old orchards. Sweet and crisp with a hint of Worcester. Pollination 3

Pignose Pippin Apple

CALL

An historic variety with a fascinating name, origins Herefordshire, greeny yellowflushed orange with red striping.

Pitmaston Pineapple Apple

CALL

Dessert, juice and keeping apple. Small golden-yellow fruit covered with fine russet. Sweet, juicy, sugary, and somewhat pineapple flavoured. Small, upright tree, very suitable for small gardens. Surrey C.1785. Pollination 3

1   2   3   4   5   6   7   8
Show All Products

Page 5 of 8:    86 Items