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Dessert / Eating Apple Trees

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The St Edmunds Russet was raised by Mr Richard Harvey of Bury St Edmunds prior to 1875, by definition this apple is one of the best English russets, small but bursting with flavour far exceeding its size, its rough skin hides the distinctive russet flavour which is probably the best mid season Russet.

St Magdalen Apple

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A medium sized apple with cream flesh and a very sweet flavour. Norfolk C.1890. Pollination 3

Stoke Edith Pippin Apple

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Mid-season eating apple, russet and yellow with sweet and soft pale yellow flesh. Hertfordshire C.1872. Pollination 3.

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Excellent late green yellow Suffolk dessert apple flushed red whose flavour develops in storage. A good producer on a tree of moderate size. Also makes excellent cider. High in vitamin C but needs a good summer to ripen fruit. P 3

Sunset Apple

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Very similar to Cox but much easier to grow and more disease resistant. Small to medium sized fruit with an orange flush over a golden yellow skin covered in small russet patches. An excellent garden substitute for Cox. P 3

Suntan Apple

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Medium-large fruit, gold-yellow flushed and striped orange-red. Flesh, sharp & juicy. Very good flavour. A vigorous, spreading tree and a good cropper. Kent C.1955. Pollination 4

Tom Putt Apple

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An early dual-purpose cider and eating apple. Bright red with streaks and a firm crisp sharp flavour. Somerset C.18th Century. Pollination 4

Tydeman's Early Worcester Apple

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Eating a Tydemans Early Worcester apple straight from the tree has to be one of the pleasures of the early summer apple harvest, good heavy crops of bright crimson red fruits. Crunchy juicy flesh with a delicious sweet taste of strawberry.

Tydemans Late Orange Apple

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Orange/red colour with some russeting. Rich and aromatic and generally trouble free. Kent C.1930

William Crump Apple

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A dessert apple of high quality, crisp and juicy. The skin is a bright orange red flush and stripes over green, yellow and some russetting. Pollination 3

Winston Apple

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Green with a red-brown flush with an aromatic flavour not unlike cox but sharper. Good disease resistance. Berkshire C.1900. Pollination 4

Winter Banana Apple

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