Claygate Pearmain is named after the Surrey village of Claygate around 1822. Apple Claygate Pearmain soon became a popular variety during the Victorian and Edwardian periods; widely-grown in English estates and gardens alike.
Apple Crawley Beauty is an old favourite dual purpose apple, found in a cottage garden in Sussex around 1870. Crawley Beauty has the benefit of being a cooker early in the season which cooks to a light frothy puree and as the season moves on sweetens to make a good eater from Christmas onwards, with crisp flesh and plenty of juice.
Also known as apple Malling Kent and originally bred and raised at the East Malling Research Station by H Tydeman as a cross between Coxs Orange Pippin and apple Jonathan. Malling Kent was introduced into Edit Edit Production around 1974. Apple Kent makes good reliable apple tree with a high disease resistance.
Excellent late green yellow Suffolk dessert apple flushed red whose flavour develops in storage. A good producer on a tree of moderate size. Also makes excellent cider. High in vitamin C but needs a good summer to ripen fruit. P 3