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  • Stoke Red Apple (medium)

    Stoke Red Apple (medium)

    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...

  • Stoke Red Apple (tall)

    Stoke Red Apple (tall)

    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)

    Sugar-Loaf Pippin Apple (medium)

    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:...

  • Sundowner™ (Cripp's Red) Apple (dwarf)

    Sundowner™ (Cripp's Red) Apple (dwarf)

    Very late, low chill cultivar with good storage. Sugar levels improve with storage. Bred by John Cripps WA Dept. of Agriculture in 1973  from a crossing of Golden Delicious' × 'Lady Williams', from which Cripps Pink (Pink Lady™) was also...

  • Sweet Coppin Apple (medium)

    Sweet Coppin Apple (medium)

    An old variety originating in Devon. Once very common in cider orchards in the Exeter area. Sweet cider style. Medium to large, conical fruit. White, soft, flesh. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0. ...

  • Sweet Coppin Apple (tall)

    Sweet Coppin Apple (tall)

    An old variety originating in Devon. Once very common in cider orchards in the Exeter area. Sweet cider style. Medium to large, conical fruit. White, soft, flesh. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0...

  • Tremlett's Bitter Apple (dwarf)

    Tremlett's Bitter Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • Tremlett's Bitter Apple (medium)

    Tremlett's Bitter Apple (medium)

    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...

  • Tremlett's Bitter Apple (tall)

    Tremlett's Bitter Apple (tall)

    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...

  • Tropic Sweet Apple (dwarf)

    Tropic Sweet Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • Tropic Sweet Apple (medium)

    Tropic Sweet Apple (medium)

    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 (dwarf)

    Tropical Beauty Apple (dwarf)

    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...

  • Tropical Beauty Apple (medium)

    Tropical Beauty Apple (medium)

    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...

  • Twenty Ounce Apple (dwarf)

    Twenty Ounce Apple (dwarf)

    Thought to have originated in either New York or Connecticut, USA. Brought to notice in about 1844. A very large apple, although 20 ounces (approx 0.5kg) would be an exceptional example. Remained the premier cooking apple in its region of New York State...

  • Tydeman's Early Worcester Apple (dwarf)

    Tydeman's Early Worcester Apple (dwarf)

    One of the earliest ripening apples and one of the tastiest. Raised in 1929 by H.M. Tydeman at East Malling Research Station, Kent. Introduced in 1945. Fruits have white, crisp, fine-textured, juicy flesh with a good vinous flavour. It displays a balance...

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  • Verité Apple (medium)

    Verité Apple (medium)

    Originated in France. Recorded in 1876. Fruits have firm, greenish white flesh with a slightly sweet, subacid flavour. Pollination Group: PG5 Uses: Cider, eating, juice Harvest: April - May Features: SHARP  © Crown Copyright Contains...

  • Vista Bella Apple (dwarf)

    Vista Bella Apple (dwarf)

    Ripens very early, often around Christmas. Complex parentage involving Julyred, Williams Early Red and Starr. Raised in 1956 at New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, New Brunswick, New Jersey, USA. Named because of its exceptional behaviour in the...

  • Winter Banana Apple (dwarf)

    Winter Banana Apple (dwarf)

    Originated in 1876 on the farm of David Flory near Adamsboro, Cross County, Indiana, USA and introduced in 1890. Received an Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1912. Fruits have soft, coarse-textured, moderately juicy flesh with a...

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  • Worcester Pearmain Apple (dwarf)

    Worcester Pearmain Apple (dwarf)

    Rated one of the very best. Raised by Mr Hale of Swan Pool, near Worcester, England. Believed to have been a Devonshire Quarrenden seedling. Introduced by Smith of Worcester in 1874 and soon becoming an important commercial variety in England. Received a...

  • Yarlington Mill Apple (dwarf)

    Yarlington Mill Apple (dwarf)

    Originated in the village of Yarlington, North Cadbury, Somerset. Large fruit, pinkish-red flush over yellow base. Good commercial cropping habit, can tend to be biennial without skilled pruning. Stores reasonably well, excellent all round...

  • Yarlington Mill Apple (medium)

    Yarlington Mill Apple (medium)

    Originated in the village of Yarlington, North Cadbury, Somerset. Medium bittersweet, late mid-season.Large fruit, pinkish-red flush over yellow base.Good commercial cropping habit, can tend to be biennial without skilled pruning.Stores reasonably...

  • Yarlington Mill Apple (tall)

    Yarlington Mill Apple (tall)

    Originated in the village of Yarlington, North Cadbury, Somerset. Medium bittersweet, late mid-season.Large fruit, pinkish-red flush over yellow base.Good commercial cropping habit, can tend to be biennial without skilled pruning.Stores reasonably...

  • Yates Apple (medium)

    Yates Apple (medium)

    A US variety raised in 1813 and selected by Matthew Yates of Fayette County, Georgia around 1844. It keeps well and its small size and sweet flavour make it an excellent choice for school lunch boxes. Used for cider production in USA. Smith Muriel W.G...