It has James Grieve and Wocester Permain as parents. It is a fine textured juicy red apple with a slightly acid and refreshing and fruity flavour. It is a desert apple and makes a very cool refreshing Cider because it keeps its fruity flavour as it matures.
It has Cox and Ida red as parents. Fine crisp texture. Will keep till January without temperature control.
Firm and fine textured. Fairly sweet.
It has a firm and juicy flesh. A richly flavoured dessert apple with an aromatic nutty flavour.
An aromatic sweet crisp flavour which mellows with age. Can be kept till Christmas or early January. Good for Cider.
A very juicy sweet flesh.
The best known English cooking apple. A refreshingly sharp flavour. Holds shape well when stewed or baked. Only grown in UK.
A Dutch variety. It has Golden delicious and Ingrid Marie as parents Firm and juicy with an excellent taste. A good desert apple that can be used in pies, salads and with cheese.
Beautiful cinnamon colour with cream flesh. Small and crisp with a distinctive nutty taste. Great for eating on their own with cheese, in salad or as a sauce. Only grown in UK.
An often very large fruited dessert variety. Texture is slightly mealy.
A desert Apple. Densely sweet with a unique ‘strawberry’ fragrance.
A russet of excellent quality. The flesh is white crisp and excellent flavour. It can be kept till January. Good for Cider
Rather large in size with orangy yellow skin striped dull red. Flesh coarse and yellow, but rich and aromatic. Cooks well . A true dual purpose apple.