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- Mr Wheatley

I recently bought an Ilex Verticillata from you and just wanted to say I was very impressed with your service from the email update of stock availability to packaging of the plant and delivery. Thank you. 

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Blenheim Orange Apple

£15.50  -  £48.00

Apple Blenheim Orange is an extremely popular English apple and primarily a cooker. Its round classic shape has textured green skin with pink to red flushing streaking across.

£18.95  -  £56.00

Catshead apple is a very old English apple variety probably dating back to the 1600s so called because of its resemblance to a cat's head. It has also been known as Pigs Snout which is a little more believable with its extra long conical and ribbed shape.

Charles Ross Apple

£15.50  -  £48.00

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.

Court of Wick Apple

£18.95  -  £56.00

Apple Court of Wick is a very old variety from Somerset c.1790. Small to medium conical shaped fruit with a red flush and attractive russet spots over a golden yellow background. Intense fruity flavour. Disease resistant and a strong grower which lends itself to tougher conditions.

Cox Orange Pippin Apple

£15.50

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.

Cox Self Fertile Apple

£15.50  -  £42.00

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.

Egremont Russet Apple

£15.50  -  £19.75

Egremont Russet apples have been considered one of the finest dessert apples for well over a century, very popular in the Victorian era. Supposedly raised by the Earl of Egremont, Petworth, Sussex around 1872. Still one of the most important commercial russet apples grown in England.

Jordons Weeping Apple

£18.95  -  £24.95

From our Heritage collection, Jordans Weeping apple is of uncertain origin but was found growing in a garden in Horning on the Norfolk Broads around the 1900s. Makes a smallish tree with a natural weeping outline. The apples are medium sized, yellow skinned with an attractive red and orange flush. The flesh is firm and taste beautifully sweet.

King of the Pippins Apple

£19.75  -  £48.00

Also known as Reine de Reinettes, sharp, firm, fairly juicy - a good all-round apple. A dessert, jucing or cooking apple which keeps its shape and gives a good old fashioned flavour. (18C) Pollination 4, slightly self fertile.

£15.50  -  £19.75

A large green cooker turning yellow with age. A firm sub acid flesh good for pies. Strong sharp flavour requiring some sugar when cooked. Cheshire 1862

£24.95  -  £86.00

The apple has many names, most commonly known as Lord Stradbroke but also rather rebelliously as Fenns Wonder or Fenns Seedling.

£18.95  -  £56.00

Raised by a Dr Allan Maclean in Sudbury during 1820 this late keeping dessert apple is ready to be picked in November allowing it to be kept until January. Roundish, rich and highly flavoured the Macleans Favourite has a yellow striped appearance and has been noted as an apple of the highest excellence by the London Horticultural Society in 1842.

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