£18.95 - £56.00
Nutmeg Pippin makes a smallish apple. Flesh is firm and creamy flavour a superbly aromatic with a sense of spicey nutmeg.
Similar characteristics to Victoria but fruiting slightly earlier.
An excellent sweet tasting apple slight russeting over firm flesh. Though propagation material originally received with this name it may well in fact be Norfolk Royal Russet, either way a first class apple.
£18.95 - £38.00
A dessert apple of high quality, crisp and juicy. The skin is a bright orange red flush and stripes over green, yellow and some russetting. Pollination 3
Bumper crops of super large bright red fruits with good strawberry flavour early in the season. Strawberry Korona is a relative new variety with good disease resistance making it an easy plant to grow successfully.
£19.75 - £85.00
A useful dual purpose apple, as its name suggests originated in Scotland around the mid 1800's. A full flavoured crisp apple. Pollination 3
£12.50 - £95.00
Produces fruits with a fine, melting, scented flesh.
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
Raised in about 1800, a cross between Cox's Orange & Golden Pippin. Crisp, juicy, yellow flesh. A delightful little yellow apple for September. Sharp and fruity. Shropshire C.1800. Pollination 2
Late-season eating and cooking plum. Large purple fruit, good cropper. Late-flowering, so tends to miss the spring frosts Self fertile.
£18.95 - £56.00
Though originating from the Midlands it was a popular apple in East Anglia where its still found occassionally in old orchards. Sweet and crisp with a hint of Worcester. Pollination 3