"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

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Adams Pearmain Apple

£15.50  -  £48.00

Apple Adams Pearmain has a fresh faced, rustic appeal with its classic rosy red, green skin and crisp flesh, the sweetness of this Victorian apple goes extremely well with a cheeseboard.

Admiral Apple

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Apple Admiral is an outstanding heritage variety dessert apple and extremely rare. Originated from pips brought back from Japan in 1921 by a Mr Watson of Upton Norfolk. This medium to large apple has sweet tasting firm flesh with a green skin and warm orange flushes.

Api Etoile Apple

£18.95  -  £56.00

Apple Api Etoile is an extremely rare apple, small and attractive, brightly flushed red over the yellow skin. Apple Api Etoile is sweet tasting with a crisp flesh interior, this apple is delicious to eat and a heavy cropper.

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Apple Banns is an outstanding local variety from Norfolk and quite rare; it produces large golden apples which are highly scented with wisps of Elderflower.

£19.75  -  £48.00

Apple Beauty of Bath is probably one of the most famous early English Apples, it is packed full of flavour and has a distinctive sharp taste. The apple has a rich, rosy colouring flushed across the green textured skin.

Carlisle Codlin Apple

£56.00

An old English variety Carlisle Codlin was widely grown in Victorian England. A popular cooker in the North of England since it was bred sometime around 1830 from Carlisle in the Cumbria.

Claygate Pearmain Apple

£18.95  -  £56.00

Claygate Pearmain is named after the Surrey village of Claygate around 1822. Apple Claygate Pearmain soon became a popular variety during the Victorian and Edwardian periods; widely-grown in English estates and gardens alike.

Crimson Queening Apple

£14.50  -  £56.00

Crimson Quoining is a lovely old apple that was first recorded around the early 1830s but likely to be of much older history. Makes a medium sized attractive apple, greenish yellow skin with red flush and stripes. Sweet flavoured and scented white juicy flesh.

£56.00

Apple Devonshire Crimson Queen is a good looking dessert apple of medium size with deep red skin and darker red stripes with pink extending into the flesh, taste soft, sweet and juicy. Devonshire Crimson Queen grown in and popular in the Tamar Valley area of Devon & Cornwall.

Devonshire Quarrenden Apple

£14.50  -  £86.00

Devonshire Quarrenden is a very old apple of unknown origin from about 1685. Devonshire Quarrenden is one of the delights of the early harvest apple, straight from the tree it has a distinct strawberry like sweet flavour. Attractive deep red skin, flesh nicely crisp infused with pink red tones.

Downton Pippin Apple

£18.95  -  £56.00

Dowton Pippin is a very old apple from our Heritage range. Downton Pippin was a very popular apple in Victorian times and was named after Downton Castle in Shropshire. It produces small to medium sized, round fruit with a greenish yellow skin turning attractive gold with some russeting

Egremont Russet Apple

£15.50  -  £19.75

Egremont Russet apples have been considered one of the finest dessert apples for well over a century, very popular in the Victorian era. Supposedly raised by the Earl of Egremont, Petworth, Sussex around 1872. Still one of the most important commercial russet apples grown in England.

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