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Carlisle Codlin Apple

£14.50  -  £56.00

An old English variety Carlisle Codlin was widely grown in Victorian England. A popular cooker in the North of England since it was bred sometime around 1830 from Carlisle in the Cumbria.

Devonshire Quarrenden Apple

£14.50  -  £86.00

Devonshire Quarrenden is a very old apple of unknown origin from about 1685. Devonshire Quarrenden is one of the delights of the early harvest apple, straight from the tree it has a distinct strawberry like sweet flavour. Attractive deep red skin, flesh nicely crisp infused with pink red tones.

Doctor Hogg Apple

£24.95  -  £56.00

Apple Doctor Hogg is a most impressive very large culinary apple, greenish yellow with prominent ribs from top to bottom and cooks to a beautiful aromatic fluff. Apple Doctor Hogg was named in honour of an apple enthusiast a Dr. Robert Hogg. It was thought to have been raised by the Head Gardener at Leonardslee in Sussex around 1880.

Dr Harvey Apple


Apple Dr. Harvey is another from our heritage collection of apples. Thought to have been named after Dr. Gabriel Harvey, a former Master of Trinity College, Cambridge, who lived in Saffron Walden, Essex.


Emperor Alexander was one of many apples grown in Russia, origins probably the Ukraine. Brought to this country around the turn of the 1800s and grown on by James Lee, a nurseryman of the time to provide an apple that would be suited to tough cold conditions. Emperor Alexander produces a dual-purpose large pale yellow skinned fruit striped and flushed red

Greensleeves Apple

£19.75  -  £48.00

An apple of recent breeding in 1966 from the Horticultural Research Institute, East Malling in Kent. Greensleves is a cross between James Grieve and Golden Delicious. Pale greenish yellow in colour turning a more golden yellow if left on the tree till October.

Honey Pippin Apple

£18.95  -  £24.95

The Honey Pippin apple was raised by Justin Brooke in the 1950s and introduced by a nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk. Presented to the National Fruit Collection in 1981. Named Honey Pippin to reflect the sweet honeyed taste with a strong accent of Cox Orange Pippin flavour.


Apple Jonathan is an attractive looking apple of excellent flavour, produces regular heavy crops of juicy, sweet apples. Also has a distinct benefit of being a self-fertile variety. Jonathan is an apple of N. American origin and still widely grown there

Keswick Coddling Apple

£24.95  -  £56.00

Apple Keswick Codling is an excellent flavoured early cooking apple producing a lovely sweet frothy puree. An easy going tree reliably producing heavy crops of good quality early cooking apples.

Laxtons Fortune Apple


Apple Laxtons Fortune is yet another apple bred by the famous Laxton Brothers Nursery. Produces early in the picking season medium sized pale green dessert apples with an attractive red flush.

Merton Beauty Apple

£24.95  -  £56.00

An old variety from around 1930. Medium sized fruit with slight red flush, sweet slightly aniseed flavoured flesh.


A very old Heritage collection apple Norfolk Dumpling of unknown origin. A cooking apple with green yellow waxy skin delicate flavoured flesh which cooks to light golden puree.

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