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A varied selection of our apple trees.
Stock varies throughout the year especially in our off season April-August so please telephone or email Jan Cook at Lodge Farm to ascertain availability before ordering. Please note All fan trained and espalier trained are COLLECTION ONLY
Adam’s Pearmain is a distinctive late, high quality dessert apple. Orange flush with attractive lenticel spots and red-brown smooth skin. Cream juicy flesh attractive and a very healthy apple which is resistant to scab, frost and powdery mildew. White, pink tipped … Read More
Description: Annie Elizabeth is a traditional English cooking apple large, round-oblong, irregular fruit. Orange-red flushed with bright broken crimson-red stripes. Cream-white flesh and has a sweeter, light flavour than most culinary varieties making it ideal for stewing, crimson blossom in the … Read More
Description: Arthur Turner is a mid-season cooking apple from Buckinghamshire a large yellow-green fruit and tough skin. Coarse textured flesh, somewhat dry, and acid. A hardy baker, makes a well-flavoured golden puree, not needing much sugar . Suitable for pies as … Read More
Ashmead’s Kernel is an old traditional English russet, classed as one of the best late dessert apples., pear drops is the essence of the flavour of Ashmead’s Kernel! Fruit is pale green with strong, sweet-sharp, intense, acid drop flavour and … Read More
Ballerina Samba is a fairly new variety and much improved Ballerina apple. Similar to other Ballerina varieties, this tree grows short side shoots before growing vertical. Apples are yellow flushed bright ruby-red with crisp, juicy sweet and sharp taste. Perfect … Read More