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    1. Apple trees

      We are apple tree specialists and can advise on all aspects of choosing and planting apple trees.
      Adams' Pearmain apple tree
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      Adams' Pearmain is a popular Victorian-era English apple with a distinctive 'pearmain' shape.?compare
      Annie Elizabeth apple tree
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      A traditional English cooking apple, with a sweet flavour, which keeps its shape when cooked.?compare
      Arthur Turner apple tree
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      A mid-season cooking apple, producing a light yellow puree. Very attractive blossom.?compare
      Ashmead's Kernel apple tree
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      A versatile English 17th century russet apple, Ashmead's Kernel is noted for its distinctive pear-like flavour.?compare
      Ballerina Flamenco apple tree
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      A ballerina-style apple tree which grows as columnar minarette.?compare

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      One of the best-flavoured Ballerina minarette-type apple varieties.?compare
      Bardsey apple tree
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      Eat?|?Cook?|?Juicing? |? In stock

      A hardy disease-resistant apple, discovered growing on an island off the west coast of Wales.?compare
      Beauty of Bath apple tree
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      One of the earliest English apples, ripening in early August.?compare
      Blenheim Orange apple tree
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      Blenheim Orange is a classic English dual-purpose apple, useful for dessert and culinary purposes.?compare
      Bloody Ploughman apple tree
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      An old Scottish apple variety, named for the crimson-red colour of its skin and stained flesh.?compare
      Bountiful apple tree
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      Bountiful is an easy-to-grow cooking apple, it retains its shape when cooked, fairly sweet for a cooker.?compare
      Braeburn apple tree
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      Braeburn is one of the best-flavoured supermarket apple varieties.?compare
      Bramley 20 apple tree
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      Best seller
      Bramley 20 is a naturally smaller version of Bramley's Seedling (the apples are the same size though).?compare
      Bramley's Seedling apple tree
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      Bramley is the essential English cooking apple, famous for its rich sharp acidity.?compare
      Bright Future apple tree
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      Best seller
      An excellent late-season English apple with a very good sweet/sharp flavour and crisp hard flesh.?compare
      Charles Ross apple tree
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      Charles Ross is a very attractive classic English dual-purpose apple.?compare
      Chivers Delight apple tree
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      Chivers Delight is an under-rated Cox-style apple from Cambridgeshire. Crisp and sweet.?compare
      Christmas Pippin apple tree
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      Best seller
      Christmas Pippin is a new high-yielding Cox-style apple, discovered as a chance seedling tree.?compare
      Cornish Aromatic apple tree
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      An attractive late-season apple from Cornwall, with a good aromatic flavour.?compare
      Cornish Gilliflower apple tree
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      Cornish Gilliflower is a popular English eating apple with an excellent sweet aromatic flavour.?compare
      Court Pendu Plat apple tree
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      Court Pendu Plant is a traditional French apple with an aromatic pear-drop flavour.?compare
      Cox's Orange Pippin apple tree
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      Best seller
      Cox is widely acknowledged as having the best flavour of any apple variety.?compare
      D'Arcy Spice apple tree
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      An old English apple variety, yet with a unique flavour and many unusual qualities.?compare
      Discovery apple tree
      Early-season??(3)??
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      Best seller
      Discovery is the definitive early-season English apple variety, makes a good fruit tree for the garden.?compare

      Late-season??(2)??
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      A new dual-purpose apple which has a naturally non-browning flesh, ideal for salads and fresh apple juice.?compare
      Egremont Russet apple tree
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      Egremont Russet is the most popular English russet variety, and a good apple tree for the garden.?compare
      Ellison's Orange apple tree
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      Ellison's Orange is a well respected Cox-style apple which can achieve very good flavour.?compare
      Fiesta apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
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      Best seller
      Fiesta (or Red Pippin) is one of the best Cox-style apples, easy to grow, with a good aromatic flavour.?compare
      Gala apple tree
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      Gala is popular supermarket apple - but better when home-grown, with a sweet pleasant flavour.?compare
      Galloway Pippin apple tree
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      A traditional Scottish cooking apple which keeps its shape when cooked.?compare
      Golden Delicious apple tree
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      The flavour of home-grown Golden Delicious is far better than its supermarket reputation.?compare
      Granny Smith apple tree
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      Granny Smith is the world-famous green apple from Australia, a good choice for warmer apple-growing regions.?compare
      Greensleeves apple tree
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      Greensleeves is a reliable and popular mid-season green/yellow apple, easy to grow and productive.?compare
      Grenadier apple tree
      Early-season??(3)??
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      Grenadier is an early-season cooking apple, and one of the most foolproof apple varieties.?compare
      Herefordshire Russet apple tree
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      Herefordshire Russet is a modern russet apple variety, with an excellent strong Cox-like flavour.?compare
      Honeycrisp apple tree
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      Best seller
      Honeycrisp is an American cold-hardy disease-resistant apple - it shows just how good modern apples have become.?compare
      Howgate Wonder apple tree
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      Howgate Wonder is a large cooking apple which keeps well. Produces an excellent sharp juice.?compare
      Idared apple tree
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      Idared is a popular American late-season apple variety, notable for its excellent keeping qualities.?compare
      Irish Peach apple tree
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      An attractive early season apple, ripening in July / August.?compare
      Isaac Newton apple tree
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      Also known as Flower of Kent, this is the variety the famous scientist Sir Isaac Newton sat under.?compare
      James Grieve apple tree
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      Best seller
      James Grieve is the classic Scottish cooking apple. It can also be eaten fresh, and is excellent for juice.?compare
      Jonagold apple tree
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      Jonagold is a high quality American apple, with a good balanced sweet/sharp flavor.?compare

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      A dual-purpose apple, named for the exceptionally large size of its fruits.?compare
      Jupiter apple tree
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      Jupiter is a popular Cox-style apple with a slightly stronger flavour.?compare
      Katy apple tree
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      Best seller
      Katy is an attractive and versatile early apple variety from Sweden, very easy to grow.?compare
      Keswick Codlin apple tree
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      Keswick Codlin is a popular early-season cooking apple, easy to grow, and productive in most climates.?compare
      Kidd's Orange Red apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
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      Best seller
      Kidd's Orange Red is one of the best Cox-style apples, aromatic, sweet, and easy to grow.?compare
      King of the Pippins apple tree
      Late-season??(4)??
      Eat?|?Cook?|?Juicing?|?Cider |? In stock

      A popular and versatile dual-purpose apple, widely grown in the Victorian era.?compare
      King's Acre Pippin apple tree
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      A traditional late-season English apple with a robust flavour.?compare

      Late-season??(4)??
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      A well-regarded Victorian dual-purpose apple, easy to grow.?compare
      Lane's Prince Albert apple tree
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      A classic Victorian cooking apple. Plenty of juicy acidity and stores well.?compare
      Laxton's Fortune apple tree
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      A quietly popular Edwardian era Cox-style apple, developed by the Laxton Brothers Nursery.?compare
      Laxton's Superb apple tree
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      Laxton's Superb is a deservedly popular English late-season dessert apple from the Victorian era.?compare
      Limelight apple tree
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      Limelight is an attractive green mid-season dessert apple, ideal for gardens.?compare
      Little Pax apple tree
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      A new English apple variety, recently discovered on the Isle of Wight - but its appearance and flavour hark back to the Victorian era.?compare
      Lord Derby apple tree
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      Lord Derby is a high-quality mid/late-season traditional English cooking apple, cooks to a chunky puree.?compare
      Lord Lambourne apple tree
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      Lord Lambourne is a popular versatile garden apple variety, with a good balance of sweet and sharp flavours.?compare
      Meridian apple tree
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      Meridian is a little known modern English apple, heavy crops, easy to grow, and excellent flavour.?compare
      Newton Wonder apple tree
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      A traditional English cooking apple, a good alternative to Bramley.?compare
      Orleans Reinette apple tree
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      Orleans Reinette is a traditional French apple variety, and remains popular for its old-fashioned flavour.?compare
      Peasgood's Nonsuch apple tree
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      Peasgood Nonsuch is a highly-regarded old-fashioned English cooking apple.?compare
      Pinova apple tree
      Late-season??(4)??
      Eat?|?Juicing? |? Sold out

      An attractive disease-resistant dessert apple, capable of producing good clean fruit without chemical sprays.?compare
      Pitmaston Pine Apple apple tree
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      A small English 18th century apple with a distinctive fruity pineapple-like flavour.?compare
      Pixie apple tree
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      Pixie produces lots of small Cox-style apples, easy to grow and keep well.?compare
      Red Devil apple tree
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      Best seller
      Red Devil is a good apple variety for the UK garden, and produces a sweet red-tinted juice.?compare
      Red Falstaff apple tree
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      Best seller
      Red Falstaff is one of the best garden apple trees, heavy crops, easy to grow, and very juicy.?compare
      Red Windsor apple tree
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      Best seller
      Red Windsor is one of the easiest to grow of all dessert apple trees, and with a pleasant apple flavour.?compare
      Reverend W. Wilks apple tree
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      Cook? |? In stock

      A widely-grown and well-regarded English cooking apple.?compare
      Ribston Pippin apple tree
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      A handsome English apple from the 18th century.?compare
      Rosette apple tree
      Early-season??(2)??
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      Best seller
      Probably the best-flavoured of the pink-fleshed apple varieties, and produces lovely pink juice.?compare
      Rubinette Rosso apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
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      Best seller
      Considered by many to be the best-tasting apple ever, Rubinette has a lovely balanced sweet / sharp flavour.?compare
      Saint Edmund's Russet apple tree
      Mid-season??(3)??
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      Not as well known as other russets, St. Edmund's Russet is nevertheless one of the best.?compare
      Saturn apple tree
      Mid-season??(3)??
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      An attractive modern English apple, crisp flesh and an excellent flavour.?compare
      Scotch Bridget apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
      Cook? |? In stock

      A popular Scottish cooking apple, well-suited to damp wet conditions.?compare
      Scotch Dumpling apple tree
      Early-season??(2)??
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      Scotch Dumpling is a large Scottish cooking apple. Cooks to a frothy puree with a good flavour.?compare
      Scrumptious apple tree
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      Best seller
      Scumptious is a modern award-winning early-season English dessert apple.?compare
      Spartan apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
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      Spartan produces lots of crimson maroon apples, crunchy, sweet, easy to grow, delicate "vinous" flavour.?compare
      Sunset apple tree
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      Best seller
      Sunset is a popular garden alternative to Cox, easier to grow, with a sweet aromatic flavour.?compare
      Surprize apple tree
      Mid-season??(3)??
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      An unusual new apple variety with a unique combination of orange skin and pink flesh.?compare
      Tickled Pink apple tree
      Late-season??(4)??
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      A new red-fleshed apple variety, with attractive crimson blossom, also known as Baya? Marisa.?compare

      Late-season??(2)??
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      An 18th century English cooker which remains popular. Cooks to a sharp-flavoured puree.?compare
      William Crump apple tree
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      A little-known high quality English apple, related to Cox and Worcester Pearmain.?compare
      Winter Gem apple tree
      Late-season??(3)??
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      Winter Gem is a late-season apple variety with a very good aromatic flavour.?compare
      Worcester Pearmain apple tree
      Early-season??(3)??
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      Worcester Pearmain is a well-known early-season English apple, noted for its strawberry-like flavours.?compare
      Yellow Ingestrie apple tree
      Mid-season??(3)??
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      One of the prettiest of all apples, perfect for a table display, with a rich fruity flavour.?compare

      How to choose Apple trees

      Apple trees are generally easy to grow, and because there are so many apple varieties there is invariably a good choice for almost any growing situation, from cool temperate to subtropical.

      Apples are perhaps the most versatile of all temperate fruits, and one of the most widely cultivated tree fruits. Almost all cultivated apple varieties belong to the species Malus domestica, and are botanically part of the Rose family - apple blossom has an obvious resemblance to wild rose flowers. Apples trees were one of the earliest fruit trees to be cultivated, and originate from central Asia. There are now thousands of different apple cultivars or varieties.

      Apples display perhaps a greater range of flavours, appearance, and texture than any other tree fruits. This diversity makes apples a particularly satisifying fruit for home cultivation. Without much difficulty (or space) one can grow a number of different apple trees which will keep a family supplied with fresh apples from mid-summer to late autumn, and with a good spread of flavours and uses.

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