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Ellisons Orange Apple

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Apple Ellisons Orange is a classic tasting English apple, producing a good medium sized, golden-yellow dessert apple with attractive crimson stripes. Has a strong influence of taste characteristic from one of its parents Coxs Orange Pippin with crisp and tender juicy flesh but with a unique spicy anise flavour.

Plum Czar

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The large purple fruits are tender with a pleasant slightly acidic flavour. Czar can be used as a dessert when fully ripe, otherwise a good cooking plum. Self Fertile.

Honey Pippin Apple

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The Honey Pippin apple was raised by Justin Brooke in the 1950s and introduced by a nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk. Presented to the National Fruit Collection in 1981. Named Honey Pippin to reflect the sweet honeyed taste with a strong accent of Cox Orange Pippin flavour.

Pear Invincible

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A new pear bred especially for tougher locations, Pear Invincible has the benefit of having a very long flowering period which helps in the event of late frosts and also means that it produces fruit over a long period sometimes from the beginning of September right through to October.

Plum Belle de Louvain

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Plum Belle de Louvain is a very old variety which has very large red/purple bloomy fruits with a bright yellow flesh. Its primary use is as a culinary plum as the flesh is not that juicy, however do not be fooled by this as when this plum is cooked the true flavour comes out. Plum Belle de Louvain also makes excellent jam.

Edward VII Apple

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Apple King Edward VII. A cooking apple that makes an excellent hardy well behaved tree resistant to scab, producing bright green to yellow good sized fruits, with the perfect flavour for apple pie.

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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.

Oak English Tree - Quercus robur

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Needs no introduction, the large and graceful English Oak can live up to 800 plus years and plays an important role in our natural landscape

Lady Sudely Apple

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Lady Sudely apple produces very attractive medium sized fruit, bright golden yellow with an orange flush and bright red stripes. Lady Sudeley was originally known as Jacobs Strawberry circa 1849.

Oak Sessile Tree - Quercus petraea

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Another of our large native oaks. A common Oak in our landscape particularly in the damper west of the country makes a large imposing landscape tree.

Howgate Wonder Apple

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A Guinness Book record holder for the largest apple grown, one apple often all thats needed for an apple pie. Howgate Wonder was raised by a retired policeman turned gardener, a Mr G Wratton of Bembridge Isle of Wight in 1915 and named after the Howgate Lane he lived in

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

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