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Anna Apple (medium)

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Low chill variety, so suitable for subtropics. Flowers very early, best crossed with Dorsett Golden or Ein Shemer. Will keep well if refrigerated. Pollination Group: PG0 Uses: Eating Harvest: Jan - Feb Features: Low chill

Antoinette Apple (tall)

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Apple Antoinette is a rare in Australia cider variety from the Normandy area of northern France and is also grown in Brittany. The aromatic juicy fruit has white flesh that tastes sweet with a bitter aftertaste. It is used as a bittersweet addition to...

Belle Cacheuse Apple (medium)

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A large cooking and cider variety of French origins. A SWEET cider type. Image (accessed 7/4/16) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Cider, Cooking Harvest: March-April Features: SWEET, large fruit

Bonza Apple (medium)

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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...

Braeburn Apple (medium)

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Considered one of the best 20th century apples. Discovered on the property of O.Moran, Waiwhero, Upper Moutere, New Zealand and was first grown commercially by William Bros. at Braeburn orchard, Upper Moutere in 1952. I Fruits have crisp, firm flesh with...

Bramley's Seedling Apple (medium)

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One of the world’s great apples, with a great story, and commercially still the most popular cooking apple grown in the UK. It is particularly high in vitamin C and keeps well. Raised by Mary Ann Brailsford, Southwell, Nottinghamshire, England between...

Breakwell's Seedling Apple (medium)

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Originated at Perthyre Farm, Monmouth, Wales in the late 1800s. It was propagated by George Breakwell who also introduced the variety to Bulmers as a valuable early-ripening cider variety. Trees are fairly vigorous with characteristic luxuriant,...

Cimetiere de Blangy Apple (medium)

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Apple 'Cimetiere de Blangy' is a French cider apple grown for bittersweet cider and Calvados (apple brandy). Other names include 'Blangy', 'Blagny' and 'Cimitiere du Pays'. • Pollination Group: PG4 • Uses: cider (bittersweet), Calvados (apple...

Delicious Apple (medium)

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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...

Dorsett Golden Apple (medium)

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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 (medium)

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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

Five Crown (London Pippin) Apple (medium)

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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 (medium)

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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:...

Foxwhelp Apple (medium)

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This is one of the oldest surviving varieties of cider apple; it is first mentioned in John Evelyn's Advertisements Concerning Cider in his work Pomona of 1664. It is usually said to have originated...

French Crab Apple (medium)

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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...

Freyberg Apple (medium)

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Bred from Cox’s Orange Pippin and Golden Delicious this New Zealand cultivar demonstrates the great variety apples have to offer. This one has a distinct spicy, anise flavour. Image courtesy of Orange Pippin, an excellent source of apple variety...

Gala Apple (medium)

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Raised in about 1934 by J.H.Kidd at Greytown Wairarapa, New Zealand. It was named in 1965. Fruits have firm, crisp, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a sweet and good aromatic flavour. Pollination Group: PG4 Uses: Eating Harvest: Feb - Mar Features:...

Golden Harvey Apple (medium)

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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...

Idared Apple (medium)

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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...

Improved Foxwhelp Apple (medium)

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From Bulmers, Hereford, England, prior to 1920. One of the premier cider making apples. Mild bittersharp, early. Striped bright red over pale yellow base.Ideal blender, can be biennial. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Cider Harvest: March - April Features:...

Reine des Hâtives Apple (medium)

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Raised in 1872 by Monsieur Dieppois, Yvetot, France. Introduced to the UK in the 1920s by Dr H.E. Durham and was distributed by H.P. Bulmer & Co. A biennial but precocious cropper. Pollination Group: PG2 Uses: Cider Harvest: Feb - March Features:...

Rokewood Apple (medium)

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Originated in the Rokewood District near the Victorian regional city of Ballarat in the 1870?s. Popular in 19th century England because, as it ripens towards the start of the Australian winter and keeps well, it could be shipped to London and be on sale...

Rome Beauty Apple (medium)

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Originated with H.N. Gillett in Lawrence County, Ohio, USA. Brought to notice in 1848. An excellent cooking apple and suitable for drying. Was a major commercial variety in its day. Also known for producing many sports. Well suited to Australia’s hotter...

Scarlet Nonpareil Apple (medium)

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Apple 'Scarlet Nonpareil' was raised in about 1773 in the garden of an inn at Esher, Surrey. Received the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1901. Fruits have fine, creamy white flesh with a subacid and rich flavour. •...

Stoke Red Apple (medium)

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This variety gained attention in the 1920s when surveys found trees growing in Rodney Stoke, Somerset. The trees are fairly vigorous and crop quite heavily. Produces a sharp, slightly astringent juice and a fine, sharp cider. One of the best. Fruit...

Sugar-Loaf Pippin Apple (medium)

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An early ripening apple from Russia that was first recorded in 1831. It has scored well in tastings and with a high acid content is good for cooking. Can be used for cider. Smith Muriel W.G. (1971) National Apple Register of the United Kingdom. London:...

Sweet Alford Apple (medium)

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Variety from Devon producing a good quality sweet cider, sometimes mildly bittersweet. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Cider Harvest: March - April Features: SWEET

Tremlett's Bitter Apple (medium)

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Originated in the Exe Valley, Devon. Flowers are very sensitive to frost which may contribute to the trees biennial cropping pattern. Susceptible to scab. Good crop wiith up to 3 weeks storage. Produces a full bittersweet cider. Contains public...

Tropic Sweet Apple (medium)

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A low chill apple similar to the McIntosh developed by the University of Florida. Bears two weeks before Anna. On a semi dwarfing rootstock, ideal for backyard plantings and container specimens.Compatible for pollination with Anna and Golden Dorsett. ...

Tropical Beauty Apple (medium)

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Raised in about 1930 by Meredith B. Strapp, Maidstone, South Africa. First distributed in 1953 by F.B. Harrington. Named and introduced in Australia in 1958 by Longbecker Nurseries, Bunderburg. Fruits have firm, rather coarse, yellowish white flesh with...