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
Ballerina Flamenco, also known as Ballerina Obelisk is the best quality apple of the Ballerina range with a very slim, upright habit and no side branches. The apples grow on spurs on the central stem, the tree is perfect for … 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
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
Bloody Ploughman an older variety from Carse of Gowrie. A blood red apple with knobbly skin, intensely juicy with a crisp texture! Beautiful light pink blossom in the spring. This is a hardy tree that grows very well in colder … 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 variations of this product are unavailable now, you can pre-order now for delivery or … Read More
A compact version of Bramley’s Seedling – 20% less vigorous with heavier crops. Highly recommended for the garden especially if grown on M27 dwarf rootstock to create the perfect mini Bramley. (Bristol 1970) If variations of this product are unavailable … Read More
The finest cooker in the world! Green to greenish-yellow with strong acid flavour.
A late variety of excellent flavour with a good balance of sweetness and acidity. Eaten after christmas and stores very well. (Kent 2008)
Peasgood’s Nonsuch x Cox’s Orange Pippin. An easy to grow apple with orange-red flesh. Sweet flavoured eater which also bakes well. Valued garden apple. Good for northern areas.
Cox’s Orange Pippin x Bramley’s Seedling. The perfect dual purpose apple with a fine dessert flavour developing by mid winter. It is a fine cooking apple from mid September onwards having a refreshing acidic, tangy quality for a multitude of culinary uses … Read More