An exceptional high quality eating experience. We would happily say this is the ‘new garden Cox’ but unlike this classic vintage variety, Christmas Pippin flowers and crops heavily and is very easy to grow.
Cox’s Orange Pippin x Idared. The russet with a Cox flavour. Exceptional eating quality with a rich aromatic flavour. A winner in ‘taste testings’ around the country. Picking in early October with storage until late January. The tree is well spurred, well shaped and moderately … Read More
Yellow-gold fruit has orange flush and a few red stripes. Nutty taste, sweet crumbly texture. An old favourite – cooks, eats and keeps well. When baked it keeps its shape and will produce a thick purée. If the tree form you … Read More
Cox’s Orange Pippin x Lane’s Prince Albert. Soft juicy fruit which is light and sweet when cooked. Slices retain their shape. A good garden tree. If the tree form you require is unavailable online please call or email to check … Read More
From the village of the same name in Lincolnshire, this excellent disease resistant, long keeping cooking apple was raised by Cecil Lovely, blind for almost his entire life (1914-2007) and each tree sold contributed a donation to the Blind Dog … Read More
Propagated from the original tree in Southwell, Nottingham by kind permission of the owner Mrs Nancy Harrison. There is a belief many enthusiasts, that over time, the ‘modern’ Bramley has lost flavour and quality. Propagating from the original tree provides … Read More