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
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
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.
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.
The select red sport of ‘Falstaff ’. Fruity, well balanced flavour, crisp and juicy. Frost resistant and self fertile. One of the heaviest yielding varieties. Can be stored easily and eaten throughout the winter. Highly recommended for every garden.
Superb Cox type flavour and very heavy crops. Frost hardy and very compact growth. An ideal garden variety, easy to grow with good disease resistance and some frost resistance at blossom time. A sport of Alkmene which has Cox’s Orange Pippin parentage. If … Read More
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