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Produces a medium sized apple with mostly yellow skin with a slight red flush and broken red stripes. Flesh is crisp and juicy with a strong strawberry fruity flavour which reflects one of its parents Worcester Pearmain the other being Apple Rival

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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

Peasgood Nonsuch Apple

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Apple Peasgood Nonsuch is a highly esteemed apple, its another of the versatile varieties that can be both cooked and enjoyed eaten fresh. It holds the reputation for being the largest of the dessert apples.

Pitmaston Pineapple Apple

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Dessert, juice and keeping apple. Small golden-yellow fruit covered with fine russet. Sweet, juicy, sugary, and somewhat pineapple flavoured. Small, upright tree, very suitable for small gardens. Surrey C.1785. Pollination 3

Red Devil Apple

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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.

Red Windsor Apple

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Apple Red Windsor itself it is an easy to grow reliable cropper producing good red skinned juicy apples with a distinct Cox style flavour.

Sams Crab Apple

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A medium sized yellow green early cider apple, flushed and streaked red. Firm flesh with a sweet flavour. Hertfordshire C.1830. Pollination 3

Scrumptious Apple

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A self-fertile new variety, named for its wonderful complexity of flavours. Fruit is thin skinned making it ideal for children. Frost hardy and produces heavy crops. Pollination 3

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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.

Sunset Apple

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Very similar to Cox but much easier to grow and more disease resistant. Small to medium sized fruit with an orange flush over a golden yellow skin covered in small russet patches. An excellent garden substitute for Cox. P 3

Tom Putt Apple

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An early dual-purpose cider and eating apple. Bright red with streaks and a firm crisp sharp flavour. Somerset C.18th Century. Pollination 4

Warners King Apple

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Apple Warners King is a very old variety from Kent, first documented in the 1700s. Originally grown in commercial orchards but sadly on the decline. A good apple to plant in your orchard or garden. Keep this apple alive and save from being lost.

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