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As our complete range is rather large, this is a quick-fix option if perhaps your choices are going to be fairly basic, to save you searching through the main categories for your requirements. Please remember our full range of varieties is listed under the individual categories concerned.

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(A) Egremont Russet Apple Trees

(A) Egremont Russet Apple Trees

Picking late September, stores well. Brown variety with firm yellow/white flesh, Nutty flavour, Still the best russet apple. Pollinators include: James Grieve, Greensleeves, Grenadier and Fortune. The blossom has good frost tolerance.
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(A) Granny Smith Apple Trees

(A) Granny Smith Apple Trees

The popular Australian winter storing variety that keeps well until April. Crops exceptionally well in a warm dry summer. Often used for cooking when grown in this country. Large, green fruits with a crisp, firm...

(B) Cox's Orange Pippin Apple Trees

(B) Cox's Orange Pippin Apple Trees

Usually ready for picking in mid September, and can be stored well into the new year. Generally regarded as the finest flavoured of all English apples, this variety needs good soil conditions to crop well....

(B) Discovery Apple Trees

(B) Discovery Apple Trees

Ready for picking during the second half of August, the fruits are medium sized, greenish yellow, three quarters flushed with bright red. The flesh is creamy white, crisp and juicy with a very good, pleasant...

(B) Golden Delicious Apple Trees

(B) Golden Delicious Apple Trees

Late variety. Stores well. Not always successful in all parts of the country, as it requires a higher temperature and light intensity. The fruits are far superior and have no resemblance to shop bought fruit:...

(B) James Grieve Apple Trees

(B) James Grieve Apple Trees

The fruits are ready for picking mid September onwards - and suitable for eating throughout October. The fruits are medium large, round, conical, greenish yellow with an orange and red flush and stripes. The skin...

(B) Worcester Pearmain Apple Trees

(B) Worcester Pearmain Apple Trees

(B) WORCESTER PEARMAIN
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(C) Braeburn Apple Trees

(C) Braeburn Apple Trees

Introduced by popular request as it is now a prevalent and popular supermarket apple of fine, refreshing flavour. It is very late maturing and not always reliable in this country. However, it is often heavy...

(C) Self Fertile Cox Apple Trees

(C) Self Fertile Cox Apple Trees

A Cox clone which is a better grower and more reliable cropper. For those who insist on Cox as part of their planting programme this is a better choice than the standard Cox. The fruits...

(T) Blenheim Orange Apple Trees

(T) Blenheim Orange Apple Trees

An excellent variety for dessert and cooking. A real dual purpose variety with exceptional flavour. Crisp, yellow flesh, with a fine sub-acid flavour. Medium to large fruits that are yellow with a fine russet and...

(T) Holstein Apple Trees

(T) Holstein Apple Trees

A delicious apple very like a Cox. Highly aromatic. Very vigorous. Excels on M27. Pollinators include: Bountiful, Falstaff, Redsleeves etc.
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(T) Jonagold Apple Trees

(T) Jonagold Apple Trees

For eating October onwards and stores late. A regular cropper, the very large, golden fruits have a superb flavour. Very popular for the heavy crops of juicy, crisp fruits that are so richly flavoured. Jonagold...

* (C) Spartan Apple Trees

* (C) Spartan Apple Trees

Ready for picking early October and will keep into the new year. The fruits are medium sized and a dark mahogany red. The skin is very smooth with an excellent bloom and becoming brighter as...