Apple Allington Pippin is indeed a very interesting apple. The pale yellow skin has bright red streaks and is extremely juicy with a pleasant sharp taste, with a hint of pineapple. This sharp taste that Allington Pippin exhibits makes it an ideal dual purpose apple, keeping its shape when cooked.
Apple Arthur Turner is a very sweet cooking apple which cooks to a wonderfully light purée hardly needing any sugar. Arthur Turner has a washed green to yellow skin with a faded red flush, a true beauty.
Apple Bakers Delicious is a fantastic early cooking apple, a true pleasure to eat with its acidic taste, a really juicy apple with lots of sugar and an intense flavour. Bakers Delicious is a very handsome apple with bright orange flushes over the skin and a deep cream, crispy flesh.
Apple Beauty of Kent is a rare apple having golden yellow textured skin and a reddish pink flush over. Apple Beauty of Kent was an incredibly popular Victorian cooking apple with its sharp, textured taste and crisp flesh
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.
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
Apple Captain Kidd is a wonderful eating apple with excellent flavour and a sweet and juicy texture. Attractive bright red streaks over a light green skin; the creamy white flesh is crisp and crunchy. A great alternative to a Cox.
Caroline produces a medium sized green apple with pink to red stripes. Crisp and firm fleshed. Flavour is good and sweet. It keeps well up to the end of January. Named Caroline in 1820 after the wife of Lord Suffield and grown in Blickling Hall gardens in Norfolk.
Apple Charles Ross provides an easy to grow apple with good disease resistance and an ideal apple to grow in more exposed places. Charles Ross produces good sized harvests of large firm, sweet and juicy dessert apples. Can be quite sharp when first picked straight from the tree in September so can also be used as a cooker.