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Pear Fertility Improved

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The original Pear Fertility Pear was bred by the famous Thomas Rivers Nursery of Sawbridgeworth in Hertfordshire around 1875. The Improved Fertility Pear is self fertile and originated in Essex in the 1900s it retains a number of the characteristics of the original including a greenish yellow skin with some russeting.

Katy Apple

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Apple Katy originated in Sweden around 1947 where it is called Katya and is a cross between James Grieve and Worcester Pearmain. It is ideal for cooler conditions and reliably produces good crops of good medium sized juicy apples, even in poor summers.

Pear Emile D`Heyst

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An old variety originating in Belgium around the mid 1800s. Pear Emile DHeyst is a reliable cropper with medium sized fruits. Green skinned when first picked with some russeting, stores well for a pear until November.

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.

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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From our Heritage Range, Hacons Incomparable is a very old variety from Downham Market Norfolk raised by a Mr Hacon in the early 1800s. Produces quite reasonable crops of green good looking pears which have a sweet and delicious flavour when cooked.

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

Plum Excalibur

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Plum Excalibur is one of the improved Plum Victoria type varieties. This relatively new variety was introduced in the 1970s having been bred in the Bristol area county Avon. Excalibur has deep pink bloomed purple red fruits which are a little larger than Victoria and some argue a better flavour for eating directly off the tree.

Crawley Beauty Apple

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Apple Crawley Beauty is an old favourite dual purpose apple, found in a cottage garden in Sussex around 1870. Crawley Beauty has the benefit of being a cooker early in the season which cooks to a light frothy puree and as the season moves on sweetens to make a good eater from Christmas onwards, with crisp flesh and plenty of juice.

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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Another Plum with its origins from Sweden. Plum Violetta makes a compact growing tree and being self fertile is a good choice where space is limited. Good sized fruits have a dark blue skin and sweet flavoured yellow flesh. Violetta produces above average crops of dessert use plums a week or so before Victoria

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