An Essex cooker of unkown origin around 1899. Produces large yellow fruits, cooks to a good tasty puree. Pollination 4
Strikingly large sized fruit of good flavour
An early dual-purpose cider and eating apple. Bright red with streaks and a firm crisp sharp flavour. Somerset C.18th Century. Pollination 4
£14.50 - £56.00
Apple Brookes is a very aromatic apple. It is quite small but packed full of rich, intense flavour. Apple Brookes has a yellowish skin with orange flushes covering the area of the apple and almost russet on exposed sides.
Very large, round, reddish purple fruit. A good flavoured dessert or culinary plum. A heavy cropper
£19.75 - £48.00
Green with a red-brown flush with an aromatic flavour not unlike cox but sharper. Good disease resistance. Berkshire C.1900. Pollination 4
£18.95 - £56.00
Mid-season eating apple, russet and yellow with sweet and soft pale yellow flesh. Hertfordshire C.1872. Pollination 3.
Produces after time good crops of deep vevety black sweet tasting fruits.
The St Edmunds Russet was raised by Mr Richard Harvey of Bury St Edmunds prior to 1875, by definition this apple is one of the best English russets, small but bursting with flavour far exceeding its size, its rough skin hides the distinctive russet flavour which is probably the best mid season Russet.
£15.50 - £48.00
Medium-large fruit, gold-yellow flushed and striped orange-red. Flesh, sharp & juicy. Very good flavour. A vigorous, spreading tree and a good cropper. Kent C.1955. Pollination 4
An excellent heavy cropping, self-fertile, purple dessert plum. Reddish purple flush over a yellow bloomy skin. Good sweet flavour. Very reliable.