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  • Irish Peach Apple (dwarf)

    Irish Peach Apple (dwarf)

    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:...

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  • Jonagold Apple (dwarf)

    Jonagold Apple (dwarf)

    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:...

  • Jonagold Apple (stepover)

    Jonagold Apple (stepover)

    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:...

  • Jonagold Apple (tall)

    Jonagold Apple (tall)

    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)

    Jonathan Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • Jonathan Apple (tall)

    Jonathan Apple (tall)

    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...

  • Kandil Sinap Apple (dwarf) Kandil Sinap Apple (dwarf) Kandil Sinap Apple (dwarf)

    Kandil Sinap Apple (dwarf)

    Thought to have originated in the early 1800s at Crimea, Russia. Tall cylindrical apple. Creamy, yellow porcelain-like skin with red blush. Crisp, juicy, fine-textured flesh, excellent flavour. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating, cooking Harvest:...

  • Kidd's Orange Red Apple (dwarf) Kidd's Orange Red Apple (dwarf)

    Kidd's Orange Red Apple (dwarf)

    An excellent apple. Raised in 1924 at Greytown, Wairarapa, New Zealand by J.H.Kidd. It was introduced to the UK in about 1932. Fruits have firm, crisp, juicy, sweet flesh with a rich aromatic flavour. Pollination Group: PG3, triploid...

  • King David Apple (dwarf)

    King David Apple (dwarf)

    Discovered in 1893 in a hedgerow in Washington County, Arkansas, USA. It was introduced in 1902 by stark bros., Louisiana, USA. Fruits have rather coarse flesh with a sub-acid, slightly sweet flavour. © Crown Copyright Contains public sector...

  • Lovejoy’s Lunch Apple (dwarf)

    Lovejoy’s Lunch Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • McIntosh Apple (tall)

    McIntosh Apple (tall)

    Discovered in 1796 by John McIntosh near Dundela, Dundas County, Ontario, Canada. Propagated by Allan McIntosh. It was introduced and named in about 1870. Fruits have white, rather soft, fine-textured, very juicy flesh with a sweet, pleasant vinous...

  • Orleans Reinette Apple (medium)

    Orleans Reinette Apple (medium)

    An old variety sometimes confused with Blenheim Orange, but it is considered sweeter and richer in flavour. Described in 1776 by Dutch botanist Knoop, thought to be French, its origin is uncertain. Received an Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural...

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  • Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (dwarf)

    Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (dwarf)

    Pink Lady™ is the trade mark name for the variety Cripps Pink, an Aussie apple that has taken the UK by storm. Bred by John Cripps at Stoneville Research Station part of the (then named) Western Australia Department of Agriculture by...

  • Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (medium)

    Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (medium)

    Pink Lady™ is the trade mark name for the variety Cripps Pink, an Aussie apple that has taken the UK by storm. Bred by John Cripps at Stoneville Research Station part of the (then named) Western Australia Department of Agriculture by...

  • Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (stepover)

    Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (stepover)

    Pink Lady™ is the trade mark name for the variety Cripps Pink, an Aussie apple that has taken the UK by storm. Bred by John Cripps at Stoneville Research Station part of the (then named) Western Australia Department of Agriculture by...

  • Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (tall)

    Pink Lady™ (Cripp's Pink) Apple (tall)

    Pink Lady™ is the trade mark name for the variety Cripps Pink, an Aussie apple that has taken the UK by storm. Bred by John Cripps at Stoneville Research Station part of the (then named) Western Australia Department of Agriculture by...

  • Red Gravenstein Apple (medium)

    Red Gravenstein Apple (medium)

    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...

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  • Rokewood Apple (dwarf)

    Rokewood Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • Royal Gala Apple (dwarf)

    Royal Gala Apple (dwarf)

    A more highly coloured clone of Gala. Discovered in 1971 by H.W. Ten Hove, New Zealand. Introduced in 1974 by D.W. McKenzie, Fruit Research Orchard, Havelock North, New Zealand. Fruits are sweet, crisp and juicy with an aromatic flavour. Pollination...

  • Royal Gala Apple (medium)

    Royal Gala Apple (medium)

    A more highly coloured clone of Gala. Discovered in 1971 by H.W. Ten Hove, New Zealand. Introduced in 1974 by D.W. McKenzie, Fruit Research Orchard, Havelock North, New Zealand. Fruits are sweet, crisp and juicy with an aromatic flavour. Pollination...

  • Rymer Apple (dwarf)

    Rymer Apple (dwarf)

    Rymer is an old variety, said by Hogg to have been raised by a Mr Rymer at Thirsk. Bunyard suggests it was raised about 1750. The first record was in the Transactions of the Horticultural Society of London in 1818. Introduced at the end of the 18th...

  • Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (dwarf)

    Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (dwarf)

    Thought to be a Canadian variety and may have been raised from seed brought from France by early settlers. It was planted in the USA in about 1730. Fruits have rather soft, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a very sweet and vinous flavour similar to...

  • Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (medium)

    Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (medium)

    Thought to be a Canadian variety and may have been raised from seed brought from France by early settlers. It was planted in the USA in about 1730. Fruits have rather soft, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a very sweet and vinous flavour similar to...

  • Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (stepover)

    Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (stepover)

    Thought to be a Canadian variety and may have been raised from seed brought from France by early settlers. It was planted in the USA in about 1730. Fruits have rather soft, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a very sweet and vinous flavour similar to...