Cox’s Orange Pippin x Caville Blanc (probably D’Été). Medium striped, red, juicy apple. Aniseed flavour develops after picking retaining its melting juicy flesh. Scab resistant.
MM106 Bare Root Half Std
Cox’s Orange Pippin x Idared. Rich, aromatic and sweet with a crisp texture. Excellent garden tree with Cox-like characteristics. Very heavy crops. Ideal for northern areas.
Worcester Pearmain x Beauty of Bath. Bright red flush. Crisp and juicy with a hint of strawberry. An excellent early dessert apple with good disease resistance.
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.
A late variety of excellent flavour with a good balance of sweetness and acidity. Eaten after christmas and stores very well. (Kent 2008) Bare Root ONLY Available Nov-March
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.
A self fertile form of Cox’s Orange Pippin highly recommended for less than ideal Cox areas. Heavy crops of the best eating apple in the world.
Jonagold is a high quality fruit, dark red with darker red stripes and a slight grey russet. Creamy white texture with a honey aromatic flavour. Can be used for cider and juice to.
Jupiter is a large Cox-flavoured apple, but a more robust. Flesh is sweet, juicy and aromatic. A strong growing tree. Produces pinkish-white flowers in the Spring.