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  • Peasgood's Nonsuch Apple (medium)

    Peasgood's Nonsuch Apple (medium)

    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...

    $31.95
  • 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...

  • Pom Pink™ Apple (columnar)

    Pom Pink™ Apple (columnar)

    Pom Pink™ is a narrow, columnar style cooking apple. Suitable for tubs and smaller gardens, it is highly productive and can be a great aesthetic addition to a garden. Useful as an addition to vegetable gardens and compact orchards. Fruit is...

  • 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...

    $24.95
  • Reine des Hâtives Apple (dwarf)

    Reine des Hâtives Apple (dwarf)

    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:...

  • Reine des Hâtives Apple (medium)

    Reine des Hâtives Apple (medium)

    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 (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...

  • Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (tall)

    Snow Apple (Fameuse) Apple (tall)

    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...

  • Somerset Redstreak Apple (dwarf)

    Somerset Redstreak Apple (dwarf)

    Thought to have originated in the Sutton Montis area of Somerset. As a result of its good performance in a 1917 trial at the National Fruit & Cider Institute together with good orchard performance at Burghill, Hereford, it was subsequently propagated...

  • Somerset Redstreak Apple (medium)

    Somerset Redstreak Apple (medium)

    Thought to have originated in the Sutton Montis area of Somerset. As a result of its good performance in a 1917 trial at the National Fruit & Cider Institute together with good orchard performance at Burghill, Hereford, it was subsequently propagated...

  • Somerset Redstreak Apple (tall)

    Somerset Redstreak Apple (tall)

    Thought to have originated in the Sutton Montis area of Somerset. As a result of its good performance in a 1917 trial at the National Fruit & Cider Institute together with good orchard performance at Burghill, Hereford, it was subsequently propagated...

  • Spartan Apple (dwarf)

    Spartan Apple (dwarf)

    Raised in 1926 by R.C.Palmer at the Dominion Experiment Station, Summerland, British Columbia, Canada. Introduced in 1936. Fruits have firm, crisp, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a refreshing vinous flavour. A great favourite with children being small,...

  • Stoke Red Apple (dwarf)

    Stoke Red Apple (dwarf)

    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...