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Alexander Apple (dwarf)

Of Russian origin and introduced in England in 1805, Alexander was once widely grown in North America. It is quite sweet when eaten fresh and cooks to a pleasant lemony puree. Extra large fruit. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open...

James Grieve Apple (dwarf)

Raised by James Grieve in Edinburgh, Scotland and introduced by his employers, Dickson's nurserymen. It was first recorded in 1893. Received Award of Merit in 1897 and First Class Certificate in 1906 from RHS. Thought to be a seedling from...

Lodi Apple (dwarf)

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...

Spring Grove Codlin Apple (dwarf)

The name “Spring Grove” originates from the name of a house built by Sir John Offley in 1645 just north of the Great Western Road (now the London Road), which was the main Turnpike from London to Bath. The house was leased in 1780 to the...