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a-Okay (TM) Japanese Blood Plum (dwarf)

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A-okay(TM) is a prolific cropping variety with dark skinned, large fruit and blood-red flesh. It is said to be high in antioxidants and therefore has additional health benefits compared to other plums. New growth is a beautiful burgundy colour throughout...

Akane Apple (dwarf)

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An impeccable heritage being a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain this attractive apple has a refreshing flavour reminiscent of Jonathon. Raised in 1937 at Morioka Experimental Station, Japan and introduced in 1970. Fruits are sweet, crisp and...

Akane Apple (medium)

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An impeccable heritage being a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain this attractive apple has a refreshing flavour reminiscent of Jonathon. Raised in 1937 at Morioka Experimental Station, Japan and introduced in 1970. Fruits are sweet, crisp and...

Akane Apple (stepover)

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An impeccable heritage being a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain this attractive apple has a refreshing flavour reminiscent of Jonathon. Raised in 1937 at Morioka Experimental Station, Japan and introduced in 1970. Fruits are sweet, crisp and...

Akane Apple (tall)

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An impeccable heritage being a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain this attractive apple has a refreshing flavour reminiscent of Jonathon. Raised in 1937 at Morioka Experimental Station, Japan and introduced in 1970. Fruits are sweet, crisp and...

Albatross Peach

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Peach Albatross (Prunus persica ‘Albatross’) has very large fruit with light yellow skin, clingstone, crimson tinged and speckled with darker crimson. The almost round juicy fruit has white flesh that has red colouring next to the stone. It...

Alexander Apple (dwarf)

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A desirable and useful apple. 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...

Alexander Apple (medium)

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A desirable and useful apple. 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...

Alexander Apple (stepover)

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A desirable and useful apple. 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...

Alexander Apple (tall)

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A desirable and useful apple. 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...

Amber Jewel Japanese Plum

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Dark red skin, yellow flesh fruit is very sweet, firm with yellow flesh. Stores well, partially self-fertile. Pollination Group: partly self-fertile, cross pollinate with another Japanese plum Uses: eating Harvest: late January Image (accessed 7/4/15)

Andre Sauvage Apple (dwarf)

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A very tasty apple, but there is some question as to whether it is actually Andre Sauvage, so we will play it safe on the name. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Andre Sauvage Apple (medium)

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A very tasty apple, but there is some question as to whether it is actually Andre Sauvage, so we will play it safe on the name. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Andre Sauvage Apple (stepover)

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A very tasty apple, but there is some question as to whether it is actually Andre Sauvage, so we will play it safe on the name. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Andre Sauvage Apple (tall)

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A very tasty apple, but there is some question as to whether it is actually Andre Sauvage, so we will play it safe on the name. Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Angelina Burdett European Plum

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Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Angelina Burdett European Plum (dwarf)

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Raised by Mr Dowling of Woolston, Southampton in about 1850. It was first described in 1853. Fruits have firm, juicy, yellowish green flesh with a good flavour. Pollination Group: cross with another European plum Uses: eating, cooking, jam, drying...

Angelino Japanese Plum

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Prunus salicina 'Angelino' Japanese Plum - The tree bears large crops of great plums with dark purple/blue over red skin and sweet golden/yellow flesh with freestone. Japanese Plum 'Angelino' (Prunus salicina 'Angelino') originates...

Angel™ - Flat Peach Peach (dwarf)

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Peach Angel™ (Prunus persica ‘Angel™’) is an unusual looking flat-shaped peach with amber to red skin. It has flavoursome juicy white flesh. • Pollination Group: The majority of peaches are self-fertile i.e. they...

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...

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

Anna Apple (stepover)

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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

Anna Apple (tall)

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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 (dwarf)

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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...

Antoinette Apple (medium)

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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...

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...

Anzac Peach

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Released in 1915 and named in honour of the Anzacs who were then creating the legend they were to become.
Dark red over pale green coloured fruit. Light white/green flesh, freestone. Juicy, sweet to slightly tart and soft when ripe. Very popular variety...

Anzac Peach (dwarf)

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Released in 1915 and named in honour of the Anzacs who were then creating the legend they were to become.
Dark red over pale green coloured fruit. Light white/green flesh, freestone. Juicy, sweet to slightly tart and soft when ripe. Very popular variety...

Apple Quince

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Ancient and classic type. Fruit medium size, rich golden yellow, juicy, good flavour, good cooking early ripening. Tree vigorous, spreading, good bearer, flowers late. Quince 'Apple' is so called due to its apple shape. Pollination: self-fertile Uses:...

Baby Face Pear

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Baby Face is a mid-season cocktail pear with small fruits that have green, red-flushed skin and sweet white flesh. Cocktail pears a small and sweet and ideal for eating fresh and for cheese platters.  Pollination Group: Conference,...

Baptiste Valette Pear

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An old French variety from around 1895 with white, buttery flesh, early to mid-season. Hedrick U.P. (1921). Twenty-ninth Annual Report, Vol. 2, Part II, The Pears of New York, Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the year 1921...

Baptiste Valette Pear (semi-dwarf)

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An old French variety from around 1895 with white, buttery flesh, early to mid-season. Hedrick U.P. (1921). Twenty-ninth Annual Report, Vol. 2, Part II, The Pears of New York, Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the year 1921...

Barry Apple (dwarf)

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What a surprise packet Barry turned out to be! When we finally got around to tasting and testing Barry 3 or 4 years ago we were blown away by the taste and durability after harvest. Raised at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, U...

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 -...

Beauty of Bath Apple (medium)

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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 -...

Beauty of Bath Apple (stepover)

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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 -...

Beauty of Bath Apple (tall)

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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 -...

Bec d'Oie Apple (dwarf)

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And old French variety. Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a fairly sweet flavour. (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Bec d'Oie Apple (medium)

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And old French variety. Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a fairly sweet flavour. (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Bec d'Oie Apple (stepover)

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And old French variety. Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a fairly sweet flavour. (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Bec d'Oie Apple (tall)

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And old French variety. Fruits have firm, fine flesh with a fairly sweet flavour. (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1.0.) Pollination Group: PG3 Uses: Eating Harvest: March - April

Bechtel Crab (Malus ioensis 'Plena') Crabapple

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The Bechtel Crab was discovered in Staunton Illinois by E. A. Bechtel and introduced into gardens between 1840 and 1850. It is one of the most beautiful crabapples when flowering with stunning double pink, fragrant blooms. It flowers later in the season...

Bedfordshire Foundling Apple (dwarf)

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Origins are not clear, but likely arose in Bedfordshire, UK around 1800. Large, round fruit, keeping its shape when cooked resulting in a rich sweet-sharp, fruity flavour . (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1...

Bedfordshire Foundling Apple (medium)

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Origins are not clear, but likely arose in Bedfordshire, UK around 1800. Large, round fruit, keeping its shape when cooked resulting in a rich sweet-sharp, fruity flavour . (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1...

Bedfordshire Foundling Apple (stepover)

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Origins are not clear, but likely arose in Bedfordshire, UK around 1800. Large, round fruit, keeping its shape when cooked resulting in a rich sweet-sharp, fruity flavour . (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1...

Bedfordshire Foundling Apple (tall)

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Origins are not clear, but likely arose in Bedfordshire, UK around 1800. Large, round fruit, keeping its shape when cooked resulting in a rich sweet-sharp, fruity flavour . (Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v1...