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Orleans Reinette Apple

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An excellent eating apple. Full of flavour, with crisp, creamy coloured flesh.

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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

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From the famous 'Rivers Nursery' an old forgotten variety producing medium sized apples with delicious sweet flavour

Roxbury Russet Apple (Boston Russet)

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Apple Roxbury Russet is a historic apple, its quite a large russet that makes extremely good eating, the golden yellow skin is reminiscent of an Ashmeads Kernel apple with its russet skin and creamy flesh colour. Apple Roxbury Russet is sweet and juicy, exactly what makes a great eating apple, especially when picked from a tree in your own back garden.

Sams Crab Apple

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A medium sized yellow green early cider apple, flushed and streaked red. Firm flesh with a sweet flavour. Hertfordshire C.1830. Pollination 3

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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.

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An Essex cooker of unkown origin around 1899. Produces large yellow fruits, cooks to a good tasty puree. Pollination 4

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

Sweet Alford Apple

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An old Cider variety originating in Devon around the 1700's. Bitter sweet flavour imparting real flavour to any cider

Warners King Apple

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Apple Warners King is a very old variety from Kent, first documented in the 1700s. Originally grown in commercial orchards but sadly on the decline. A good apple to plant in your orchard or garden. Keep this apple alive and save from being lost.

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

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