Apple Arthur Turner is a very sweet cooking apple which cooks to a wonderfully light purée hardly needing any sugar. Arthur Turner has a washed green to yellow skin with a faded red flush, a true beauty.
Dowton Pippin is a very old apple from our Heritage range. Downton Pippin was a very popular apple in Victorian times and was named after Downton Castle in Shropshire. It produces small to medium sized, round fruit with a greenish yellow skin turning attractive gold with some russeting
Our Heritage variety apple Ladys Finger originates from Herefordshire in the 1800's used in cooking as well as making a good cider variety. Distinctly oval shaped, green skinned with occasional red flush.
The Apple Norfolk Beauty is an excellent local variety that was raised by the head gardener at Gunton Park in Norwich by crossing an Apple Warners King with a Waltham Abbey seedling. Apple Norfolk Beauty is a relatively large cooking apple which cooks to creamy puree and requires little sugar due to its natural sweetness.
A very attractive exhibition variety with a shiny crimson and yellow skin. Found as a chance seedling at North Walsham. Introduced in 1928 and soon well known in East Anglia. Crisp, juicy and sweet. Also cooks well.