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Syn : Sumpaca Van x Newstar. Dark red, large, and of excellent eating quality. Ideal for patio growing due to its naturally dwarf compact habit. (Canada 1990)
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.
James Grieve x Golden Delicious. A reliable midseason variety. Pale, greenish-yellow. Crisp, tangy, easy to grow, and a good pollinator for other varieties. Self Fertile
A very handsome apple with a crimson flush and rich aromatic flavour. Cream coloured flesh with a coarse texture. A native West Midland variety.
Medium-large, light green almost covered with bronze russet. Rough skin. Tender and juicy with rose water flavour. Good cropper. Vigorous tree and good for poor soils. (France 1820)
A self fertile selection of Queen Cox. The best commercial form of Cox with attractive colour and occasional russet spots. Good yields due to its precocious self fertility. (Bristol 1975)