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- 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. 

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Newton Wonder Apple

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Apple Newton Wonders parentage is unknown making it wonderfully mysterious, it was originally thought to have originated in King's Newton in the 1860s, a landlord discovered a sapling growing through the thatch of his inn. He planted it and by 1887 the trees were being sold successfully and received the First Class award from the RHS.

Norfolk Royal Apple

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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.

Pignose Pippin Apple

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

Queen Cox Apple

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Apple Queen Cox is an aromatic, self-fertile clone of Cox's Orange Pippin. It became recognised in the 1950s and originated in Berkshire. It is reputed to be a more reliable cropper than Coxs orange pippin, having the same benefits and tastes, but with more colour and more aromatic flavour than the original

Red Falstaff Apple

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Apple Red Falstaff was discovered as a sport from a branch of the original Falstaff apple in Norfolk during1983 and has become popular due to its attractive appearance and Edit Edit Production of heavy crops crisp juicy apples. The trees have a slightly weeping habit, making apple-picking an easy task.

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As the name suggests the fruits are small to medium sized.

Ribstone Pippin Apple

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Deep creamy rich flesh with a strong Cox like taste. Originates from North Yorkshire so of tough constitution, scab resistant too. Triploid variety. Pollination 2

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.

Scotch Bridget Apple

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A useful dual purpose apple, as its name suggests originated in Scotland around the mid 1800's. A full flavoured crisp apple. Pollination 3

Somerset Redstreak Apple

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Somerset Red Streak is typical old bitter sweet cider variety and still one of the main commercial cider varieties grown still today. The name Somerset Redstreak is possibly a collective name for very similar apples all originating not surprisingly from Somerset.

Spartan Apple

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The Apple Spartan is a mid-season Canadian apple with dark red almost purple skin, very aromatic with white, crisp, melting juicy flesh of the highest quality. Canada C.1926. Pollination 3

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Originally from Monmouth Pale yellow greenfruit of exceptional quality with a definate hint of its cox parentage. Good Keeper.

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