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King of the Pippins Apple

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Also known as Reine de Reinettes, sharp, firm, fairly juicy - a good all-round apple. A dessert, jucing or cooking apple which keeps its shape and gives a good old fashioned flavour. (18C) Pollination 4, slightly self fertile.

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In 1873 the head gardener at the Thornham Estate in Suffolk, presented the Lady Henniker apple, which won a first class certificate of merit from the RHS and became a popular garden variety.

Lady's Finger Apple

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Our Heritage variety apple Ladys Finger originates from Herefordshire in the 1800's used in cooking as well as making a good cider variety. Distinctly oval shaped, green skinned with occasional red flush.

Lanes Prince Albert Apple

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Apple Lanes Prince Albert was originally named Victoria and Albert by its raiser Thomas Squire of Berkhampstead in the 1840s. Needs little attention to reliably produce heavy crops.

Laxtons Superb Apple

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Medium sized yellow fruit with red stripes. Firm, sweet and juicy flesh. Has a tendency towards biennial bearing. Bedfordshire C.1897. Pollination 4

Leeders Perfection Apple

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Leeders Perfection is a dual purpose apple of medium to large size with yellow skin and broken red stripes. When cooked keeps it shape well, with a sweet spicy flavour. Moderately disease free and easy to grow.

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Old, late cooking and dessert apple. Small, yellow dotted fruit with greenish-white, crisp, acid flesh. Small upright tree suitable for the garden. A good cropper. England C.1770. Pollination 4

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The apple has many names, most commonly known as Lord Stradbroke but also rather rebelliously as Fenns Wonder or Fenns Seedling.

Margil Apple

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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.

Maxton Apple

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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.

Michelin Apple

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Midseason bittersweet small to medium size firm cider apple, a very reliable cropper. Normandy France C.1782. Pollination 5

Monarch Apple

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Apple Monarch is a large red cooking apple ripening attractively to yellow/white, heavily flushed with crimson. It originated in Essex in 1888 and flourishes in wet climates. When the Apple Monarch is cooked it turns into a beautiful creamy puree fit for any use.

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