Wyken Pippin x Cox’s Orange Pippin. Sweet and aromatic possessing certain similarities to Cox. Can become biennial bearing. A good substitute for Cox’s Orange Pippin in colder exposed areas. Purple flush and red stripes give this an old fashioned attractive appearance.
Discovery x Greensleeves. This improved Greensleeves type is abundant in cropping. The apple has a clean, smooth finish and seems to glow when ripe with the occasional attractive pink blush. It is crisp, refreshing, and very disease resistant. Makes a neat, compact tree. Bred by … Read More
Discovery x Kent. Excellent garden variety with deep scarlet skin and red stained flesh when fully ripe. Superb fruity strawberry flavour. Makes an excellent pink juice. Disease resistant. Named after the ‘Red Devil’ parachute display team. Ideal for all areas. Bred by Hugh Ermen.
Red Devil® / Rosette / Christmas Pippin
All these varieties cross pollinate each other. Red Devil – Eating and for Juice. Superb fruity strawberry flavour.Disease resistant Rosette- Eating . A new dessert apple. Speckled rosette pattern that penetrates deep into the flesh. Christmas Pippin- Eating . An exceptional high … Read More
All these varieties cross pollinate each other. Red Devil – Eating and for Juice. Superb fruity strawberry flavour.Disease resistant. Discovery – Eating and for juice . Bright red flush. Crisp and juicy with a hint of strawberry. James Grieve – Cooking, … Read More