Adam’s Pearmain

Apple

A distinctive late eating apple with attractive lenticel spots, red-brown skin and a rich, aromatic, nutty flavour.

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Alkmene

Apple

Good alternative to Cox with dense, crunchy flesh and slightly aromatic yet honeyed and sweet flavour.

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Allington Pippin

Apple

Pale yellow, flushed red. Juicy and sharp with a pineapple flavour. A good dessert and cooking apple.

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Annie Elizabeth

Apple

Orange with red flush. Large fruit cream white-flesh and a sweet light flavour. Good keeper, ideal for stewing.

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Arthur Turner

Apple

Large yellow-green fruits cook to a delicious yellow puree. A firm baker with very attractive flower.

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Ashmead’s Kernel

Apple

Pale green aromatic fruit with strong, sweet-sharp, intense, acid drop flavour and firm white flesh.

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Bakers Delicious

Apple

Handsome, flushed bright orange. Deep cream flesh, rich and juicy with lots of sugar. A good early cooker.

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Ballerina Charlotte ®

Apple

The good quality cooking variety from the Ballerina apple tree series. Very attractive fruits, sharp and sweet.

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Ballerina Flamenco ®

Apple

A reliable Ballerina apple with a columnar habit and dark red crisp fruit. Upright and columnar in growth habit.

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Ballerina Samba ®

Apple

A recently introduced and much improved Ballerina apple, more compact, crisp eating. Sweet and sharp flavours.

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Bardsey

Apple

The ‘sainted’ apple found on Bardsey Island. Pink over cream skin with lemon scent and refreshing flavour.

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Beauty of Bath

Apple

Bright red flush on yellow. Flesh, often stained pink under the skin, sweet and juicy. Eat in haste to be at its best.

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Bladon Pippin™

Apple

Aromatic flavour, crunchy, crisp and juicy. Can be picked and eaten over from mid September onwards.

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Blenheim Orange

Apple

Yellow-gold with orange flush and red stripes. Nutty taste, sweet and crumbly texture. An old favourite!

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Bloody Ploughman

Apple

An old variety from Carse of Gowrie. Classified as an eater, but likely to do better as a cooker.

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Bountiful

Apple

Soft juicy fruit, light and sweet when cooked. Slices retain their shape. A good disease resistant variety.

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Braeburn

Apple

Crisp, firm, aromatic eating apple. Excellent all round quality, but needs a good climate.

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Braeburn Hillwell

Apple

A red sport of Braeburn with improved colour. A heavy cropper, better suited for warm regions.

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Braeburn Mariri Red ®

Apple

A sport of Braeburn, dark red in colour with very firm flesh, and sweet, sharp flavour.

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Bramley ‘Original’

Apple

A cooking apple propagated from the Original Bramley tree in Southwell. Sharp and acidic flavours.

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Bramley 20

Apple

A compact version of Bramleys Seedling, 20% less vigorous with heavier crops. Exceptional sharp flavour.

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Bramley’s Seedling

Apple

The finest cooker in the world! Green to greenish-yellow with a strong acid flavour. Cooks to a creamy puree.

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Bright Future

Apple

A late variety of excellent flavour with a good balance of sweetness and acidity. Excellent eating quality.

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Broadholme Beauty

Apple

Pale green, smooth skin. Superb cooker, heavy crops with good frost and disease resistance.

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