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Suffolk Apples

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Aldeburgh Beach (M25) Apple

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This unique tree was found on this local stretch of Suffolk coast.

Aldeburgh Beach Apple

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Finding fame in Roger Deakins book Wildwood this unique tree was found near the seaside town of Aldeburgh growing in a shingle hollow as a large sprawling tree only reaching a height of three feet due to the relentless biting, salt laden winds.

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The Catherine apple produces a medium to large sized yellow fruit with a lovely sweet delicate flavour when cooked also keeps its shape well. The origin of apple Catherine is slightly obscure, the most likely was it grew in the garden of a pub called the Live & Let Live around or just 1900 in the village of Coombs in Suffolk and was affectionately known as Catherine apple by the locals.

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Originating from Suffolk around 1946.

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Our trees are propagated from a very old tree found in the remains of an old derelict orchard in central Suffolk. Gascoynes Scarlet produces a medium sized apple, green with bright scarlet red flush, flesh is firm moderately juicy with a subtle flavour

Honey Pippin (M25) Apple

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Honey Pippin was raised by Justin Brooke in the 1950ís and introduced by a nursery near Newmarket in Suffolk.

Honey Pippin Apple

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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.

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Lady Henniker comes from 1873 at Thornham Hall near Eye

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In 1873 the head gardener at the Thornham Estate in Suffolk, presented the Lady Henniker apple, which won a first class certificate of merit from the RHS and became a popular garden variety.

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Lord Stradbroke is a sweet tasting cooker that was raised near Wangford. Suffolk in 1900

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

Maxton (M25) Apple

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Maxton was discovered growing in an orchard in Assington, Suffolk in approximately 1939

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