Apple Brownlees Russet is a heritage russet style variety from Victorian England. It is an intensely flavoured apple with robust overtones of pear drops; a sweet and juicy variety. A once very popular 'russet' apple now much forgotten for the milder taste of more modern varieteis such as Eggremot russet
Coxs Orange Pippin is the original apple Cox that has spawned so many variations that have that famous Cox taste. Originally grown by a Mr Richard in Buckinghamshire around 1825. The parentage of the original Cox apple is unknown but the apple Ribston Pippin is regarded as probable.
Apple Cox Self Fertile has the usual familiarity of a Cox but is an easier to grow version of Coxs Orange Pippin. Whilst it keeps a lot of the benefits of the same crisp juicy flesh and aromatic tangy flavour, it has the benefit of being self fertile.
Apple Dabinett originated around the turn of the 1900s and was found as chance seedling in a hedgerow at Middle Lambrook, Somerset. Apple Dabinett is classed as a bittersweet cider apple and produces regular good crops of attractive small yellow green fruit.
George Cave is an attractive early season medium sized dessert apple. Fruit can vary in colour but usually is pale green-yellow with red flush diffused over one half. Flesh is crisp with a sweet and juicy finish. A reliable cropper, George Cave originated as a chance seedling and was named after the raiser a Mr George Cave.
A well known apple of the supermarket shelf. Granny Smith apples are instantly recognizable with their bright green coloured skin. Supposedly discovered by a Mrs Maria Smith growing as a seedling on a rubbish tip in Australia around 1860s.
Apple Jonathan is an attractive looking apple of excellent flavour, produces regular heavy crops of juicy, sweet apples. Also has a distinct benefit of being a self-fertile variety. Jonathan is an apple of N. American origin and still widely grown there
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
Apple Red Devil is a relatively modern dessert apple, developed by Hugh Ermen and named after the Red Devil Parachute team. This mid-season apple is distinguishable by its attractive pink juice and unusual red flesh. The flesh of the Red Devil is crisp and strongly fruity with a strawberry-like flavour.
Apple Red Falstaff was discovered as a sport from a branch of the original Falstaff apple in Norfolk during1983 and has become popular due to its attractive appearance and Edit Edit Production of heavy crops crisp juicy apples. The trees have a slightly weeping habit, making apple-picking an easy task.