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Margil Apple

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Apple Margil is amongst the oldest of dessert apple varieties grown in England. It has been claimed to be "One of the finest dessert apples, a rival of the Ribston Pippin, excelling it in juiciness, and being of a better size for dessert.

Merton Russet Apple

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Apple Merton Russet is small with a distinctive skin of pale cinnamon/gold russet over yellow/gold base, often with a brown red flush on one side giving it a very attractive look.

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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

Pignose Pippin Apple

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An historic variety with a fascinating name, origins Herefordshire, greeny yellowflushed orange with red striping.

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 Falstaff Apple

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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.

Scotch Bridget Apple

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A useful dual purpose apple, as its name suggests originated in Scotland around the mid 1800's. A full flavoured crisp apple. Pollination 3

St Magdalen Apple

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A medium sized apple with cream flesh and a very sweet flavour. Norfolk C.1890. Pollination 3

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

Suntan Apple

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Medium-large fruit, gold-yellow flushed and striped orange-red. Flesh, sharp & juicy. Very good flavour. A vigorous, spreading tree and a good cropper. Kent C.1955. 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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