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Apple Collection (3 Trees)SAVE £10
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Apple Collection (3 Trees)This collection consists of 1 x 'Fiesta', 1 x 'James Grieve' and 1 x 'Charles Ross.Buy Now
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Apple Collection (3 Trees)This collection consists of 1 x 'Fiesta', 1 x 'Lord Lambourne' and 1 x 'Bountiful'.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Bountiful'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Bountiful'This dual purpose dessert/culinary apple is an excellent choice for the garden. When cooked the fruits retain some of their shape and are soft, juicy and sweet. In late winter it can be used as a dessert apple. Heavy cropping and very resistant to mildew.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Braeburn Hillwell'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Braeburn Hillwell'An improved sport of Braeburn with better flavour and colour and more suited to the British climate. The fruits are crisp and aromatic and have excellent keeping qualities. Heavy cropping but best grown in the south as it needs a long growing season. Produces a compact tree - ideal for small gardens.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Bramley's Seedling'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Bramley's Seedling'The UK’s favourite cooking apple. The original tree still exists in a garden near Nottingham where it was grown from a pip in 1809. The large fruits cook to a pale cream puree with strong acidity and flavour. Very attractive bright pink blossom. Stores very well.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Charles Ross'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Charles Ross'A very attractive dual purpose dessert/culinary apple raised in Berkshire in 1890. The large red-flushed fruits are crisp and juicy with a pleasant, sweet, lightly aromatic flavour. It retains some of its shape when cooked. Heavy cropping. Resistant to scab. Suitable for the north and wet regions.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Cox self-fertile'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Cox self-fertile'The classic English dessert apple. This is a self-fertile sport of Cox’s Orange Pippin - almost exactly the same but self-fertile. Sweet with a rich, intense, aromatic flavour. Unsuitable for the north or wet areas.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Egremont Russet'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Egremont Russet'The most popular russet apple, raised in England 1872. Very distinctive nutty flavour. Resistant to scab, mildew and canker. Can be grown successfully throughout the UK.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Gala'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Gala'A very popular dessert apple producing heavy crops of bright red flushed fruits. Crisp and juicy with a sweet perfumed flavour reminiscent of pear drops. The blossom has good resistance to late frosts. Resistant to mildew. Very attractive blossom.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Greensleeves'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Greensleeves'This disease resistant dessert apple is easy to grow and will crop heavily from a very early age. The golden fruits have an occasional pink flush and are crisp with a sweet and refreshing flavour. Produces a compact tree, ideal for small gardens. Can be grown successfully throughout the UK. Resistant to scab. Very attractive blossom.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'Howgate Wonder'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'Howgate Wonder'Raised in 1915, this is the largest of the cooking apples, producing fruits of enormous size. The current record holder for 'the biggest apple in the world', the large red striped fruits keep their shape when cooked and have a light sub-acid flavour. Heavy cropping. Resistant to mildew. Suitable for the north.Buy Now
Apple Tree 'James Grieve'SAVE 10%
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Apple Tree 'James Grieve'A classic dessert apple, raised in Scotland in 1893. The attractive bright red flushed fruits have a crisp yet melting flesh with plenty of juice and excellent flavour. Picked early, the fruits can also be cooked and are delicious stewed. Good resistance to late frosts. Does very well in the north. Resistant to mildew.Buy Now
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