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Darcy Spice is an old dessert apple found at Tolleshunt D'Arcy, Essex in about 1785.The flavour is richly aromatic and sweet, though it needs a hot summer and keeping for a month or so to gain the fabulous spicy flavour for which it is famed.

Granny Smith Apple

£19.75  -  £48.00

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.

Norfolk Beefing Apple


The apples from the Norfolk Beefing are large and develop a purple flush to their green skin as they ripen. The Apple Norfolk Beefing will retain its round shape once cooked and can therefore be used in culinary decoration if it survives that long, they are delicious. It was sold in Norwich by bakers as an after dinner sweetmeat.

Tydemans Late Orange Apple

£32.00  -  £75.00

Orange/red colour with some russeting. Rich and aromatic and generally trouble free. Kent C.1930

Winston Apple

£15.50  -  £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


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