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Anna Apple (dwarf)

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Low chill variety suitable for subtropics. Quality eating apple, fruits well in colder climates. Flowers very early, best crossed with Dorsett Golden or Ein Shemer. Will keep well if refrigerated. Pollination Group: PG0 Uses: Eating Harvest: Jan - Feb...

Beauty of Bath Apple (dwarf)

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Awarded a First Class Certificate from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1887, it become one of the most important early dessert apples in the UK. Resistant to scab. One of the earliest to ripen. Pollination Group: PG2 Uses: Eating Harvest: late Dec -...

Belle de Boskoop Apple (dwarf)

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Thought to be a bud sport of Reinette de Montfort. Found by K.J.W. Ottolander, Boskoop, The Netherlands in 1856, it received an Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1897. One of the better cooking apples, the aromatic flesh remains...

Bonza Apple (dwarf)

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Bonza was a chance seedling found in Batlow and introduced in the 1950s. The Bonza variety has a green/cream background colour under a red blush. The variety is characterised by a very white firm flesh with a sweet flavour, and is particularly good for...

Calville Blanc d'Hiver Apple (dwarf)

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A very old apple dating back to around 1600. Gourmet French cooking apple, excellent for tarts. A good juicing apple with more vitamin C than an orange. Good sauce and cooking apple as well. Fruit medium-large uniquely shaped, yellow/pale green with...

Cornish Gilliflower Apple (dwarf)

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  Found in a cottage garden in Truro, Cornwall in about 1800 and in 1813  brought to the attention of the Royal Horticultural Society by Sir Christopher Hawkins, who was awarded a silver medal "for his exertions". Very popular in its day...

Cortland Apple (dwarf)

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Raised in 1898 by S.A. Beach at New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, USA. Fruits have moderately juicy, slightly coarse-textured flesh with a sweet, refreshing flavour. Skin is tough. The flesh is slow to go brown after cutting...

Court of Wick Apple (dwarf)

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Originated at Court of Wick, Yatton, Somerset and introduced in 1790 by Wood of Huntingdon becoming more widely grown in the last half of the 19th century. A good keeping apple. Fruits are crisp with a rich and subacid flavour. (Contains public sector...

Cox's Pomona Apple (dwarf)

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Apple 'Cox's Pomona' is believed to be a sister seedling of 'Cox's Orange Pippin'. One of its parents is 'Ribston Pippin'. It was raised in about 1825 by Richard Cox at Colnbrook Lawn, Slough, Buckinghamshire and introduced by Smale, Colnbrook Nursery,...

Delicious Apple (dwarf)

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An American apple discovered in about 1880 growing as a shoot from a rootstock by J. Hiatt, near Peru, Iowa. It was introduced by Stark Brothers in 1895. Firm, very sweet, juicy flesh with a highly aromatic flavour. Grows well in Australian conditions...

Doctor Hogg Apple (dwarf)

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Raised in Sussex and introduced around 1880 after receiving a Royal Horticultural Society First Class Certificate following trials. A tender eating variety with a sweet subacid flavour that also cooks well. (Contains public sector information licensed...

Dorsett Golden Apple (dwarf)

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Originated in the Bahamas in 1953 at the home of Mrs Irene Dorsett, Nassau, New Providence Islands. It was introduced in 1964. Fruits are sweet and juicy with a light aromatic flavour.Flowers early, Anna is a good pollination partner. (Contains public...

Ein Shemer Apple (dwarf)

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A low chill, large, Golden Delicious type apple suitable for subtropical areas. Very productive, early bearing. Originating in Israel. Image (accessed 7/4/16) Pollination Group: PG1 Uses: Eating Harvest: Feb - March Features: Low chill

Esopus Spitzenburg Apple (dwarf)

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A parent of the famous Jonathon apple and old favourite in the USA in the 19th century for its apple pies as well as eaten fresh. Thought to have contributed to the development of the Waldorf Salad. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating, Cooking Harvest:...

Five Crown (London Pippin) Apple (dwarf)

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Very old cooking and eating apple with the distinctive 5-lobed base. Originated in either Essex or Norfolk. It was recorded in 1580. Fruits have crisp, white, acid flesh. Of its many synonyms Five Crown is the most widely used in Australia. Pollination...

Forfar Pippin Apple (dwarf)

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A confusing apple variety with at least two nurseries, separated by thousands of kilometres, appearing to claim ownership of the same image. According to one of the earliest apple experts, Robert Hogg in his book The apple and its varieties, pub 1859:...

Fortune Apple (dwarf)

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An early 20th century variety with Cox’s Orange Pippin a parent, raised in 1904 by Laxton Brothers Ltd. at Bedford, England and introduced in 1931. It received a First Class Certificate from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1948. Fruits have...

French Crab Apple (dwarf)

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Actually an apple, just with the word crab in its name, is is thought to have originated in France. It was brought to England at the end of the 1700s. Fruits have white, distinctly green tinged flesh which is very firm, coarse-textured and a little juicy...

Golden Harvey Apple (dwarf)

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Thought to have originated in the 1600s in Herefordshire. Fruits have firm, crisp, yellow flesh with a sweet, rich, aromatic flavour. A very old intensely sweet eating apple also famous for its strong, sweet cider. SWEET. (Contains public sector...

Granny Smith Apple (dwarf)

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Originated in Australia in from a chance seed thrown out by Mrs. Thomas Smith, Ryde, NSW. Mrs Smith was born in Peasmarsh, Sussex in 1800 and emigrated to Australia in 1838. Trees were fruiting in 1868. Seeds were thought to have been from French Crab...

Gravenstein Apple (dwarf)

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Considered by many to be one of the best all round apples in the world. Said to have originated either in the garden of the Duke of Augustenberg, Castle of Graefenstein, Schleswig-Holstein or in Italy or Southern Tyrol and sent to Schleswig-Holstein, or...

Grimes Golden Apple (dwarf)

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Superior eating apple, great cider, keeps well. Flesh is crisp, fine-grained, and juicy. Rich, distinctive, aromatic spicy flavour. Believed to be one of the parents of Golden Delicious. © Crown Copyright Contains public sector information licensed...

Hazelwood Apple (dwarf)

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Apple Hazelwood is a lovely apple we have propagated from our Collections Orchard on the farm because we think it is a great eating apple. It is juicy with acid notes and really nice to eat when it's ripe in mid March to early April. It is listed in...

Hubbardston Nonsuch Apple (dwarf)

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Originated in Hubbardston, Massachusetts, USA in 1832. Hubbardston Nonsuch has a high sugar content and a rich, complex flavour. Very useful for cider as well as eating fresh. (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence...

Idared Apple (dwarf)

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A Jonathan x Wagener cross from the Idaho Agricultural Experimental Station, Moscow, Idaho, rasied by Leif Verner. Ida(ho) Red was introduced in 1942 and is still grown commercially in North America, France, Germany, and to a small extent in England. A...

Irish Peach Apple (dwarf)

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Introduced to England from Ireland in 1820, a vigorous tree bearing good crops. Crisp, juicy, pale cream flesh. Good balance of sugar and acidity. Has excellent flavour for an early apple and is best eaten from the tree. Pollination Group: PG2 Uses:...

Jonagold Apple (dwarf)

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Jonagold is grown through Europe and Japan. A cross between Jonathan and Golden Delicious, fruit is crisp and juicy with an aromatic honey flavour. Considered one of the best of all modern apples. Image (accessed 7/4/16) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses:...

Jonathan Apple (dwarf)

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Thought to be a seedling of Esopus Spitzenberg, originated on the farm of Philip Rick, Woodstock, Ulster County, New York and first described by Judge J. Buel in 1826 and named by him after Jonathan Hasbrouck. Fruits are soft, fine-textured with fairly...

Lodi Apple (dwarf)

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Apple 'Lodi' was raised in 1911 by R. Wellington at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York, U.S.A. It was introduced in 1924. Fruits have soft, loose-textured, slightly juicy flesh with a subacid flavour. Cooks quite well...

Lovejoy’s Lunch Apple (dwarf)

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Lovejoy's Lunch is a seedling that was growing in an old blacksmiths workshop at Long Gully in Bendigo where the Lovejoy family lived last century. They loved the apples so much that they took a cutting of it when they moved and successfully established...

Mutsu Apple (dwarf)

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Bred in Mutsu in Japan in 1930 it has inherited the sweet flavour of Golden Delicious, one of its parents, also cooks well. Named ‘Mutsu’ in 1948 and then renamed ‘Crispin’ in the UK for commercial reasons in 1968. Grown commercially in the USA for...

Opalescent Apple (dwarf)

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Introduced in 1899 by McNary & Gaines, Xenia, Ohio, USA. Fruits have firm, fairly crisp flesh with a sweet flavour. Very attractive in appearance and keeps well on the tree. Pollination Group: PG5 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April ©...

Peasgood's Nonsuch Apple (dwarf)

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Raised by Mrs Peasgood at Stamford, Lincolnshire, England from seed sown in about 1858. Said to be a Catshead cross. Received First Class Certificate from Royal Horticultural Society in 1872. Fruits are a little coarse textured, moderately juicy and a...

Prinzenapfel Apple (dwarf)

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Apple 'Prinzenapfel' originated in Germany. Known in the 1700s. Fruits have fairly fine, tender, firm, yellowish-white flesh with a slightly sweet, subacid flavour. Known by many other names including 'Prinzen Apfel'. • Pollination Group: PG4 •...

Red Gravenstein Apple (dwarf)

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Apple Red Gravenstein is a splendid red apple that is a sport of Gravenstein a famous eating apple. Red Gravenstein was found by Van Sent V. Whipple in Washington, USA in 1907-1908. It is the same as the Gravenstein except the large fruit has mottled...