An earlier form of this famous variety which was supposedly introduced from the continent to Moorpark, Herts. in the mid 18th Century. Skin pale yellow with an orange blush on the sunny side. Deep reddish-orange flesh, very juicy. Ideal for planting on walls … Read More
Czar x Ruth Gerstetter. Medium, blue-black, very early, freestone. Golden flesh and excellent eating quality. Two to three weeks earlier than Czar and with improved flavour. Self fertile. (Sweden 1970).
Oval, bright red fruit in late August-early September for dessert, bottling or canning. A clean freestone. Unfortunately disease prone but tolerable considering the quality and quantity that this variety produces. The most popular plum even to this day. (Sussex 19th Century)
Starkspur Goldon Delicious x Discovery. This apple is something very special. Named for its wonderful complexity of flavours it has been carefully bred and selected specifically for our garden conditions. It is a mid season variety suitable for planting in all areas of … Read More
An old favourite. Always crops well and regularly. Large yellow fruit, very juicy and good for eating and cooking. The tree has a spreading, drooping habit from which it was named. In its county of origin this variety was fermented into an alcoholic drink … Read More