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Apple 'Adam's Pearmain'

Apple 'Adam's Pearmain' is a late dessert variety that can be harvested from mid-October. Dating back to Victorian times, the shapely fruits have a more subtle flavour than many modern varieties. The taste is richly aromatic and nutty, with a crisp, juicy...

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Apple and Pear Family Collection

Britain's best known dessert cherry that reliably produces firm, dark red fleshed, good sized fruits with the sweetest flavour. The crop can be harvested from mid July to August. A Canadian bred variety, Cherry 'Stella' makes a productive and attractive...

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Apple 'Appletini'

Everything about this tree is in miniature ? except the size of the crop! Apple ?Appeltini? is a compact new variety reaching just 2m tall with maturity, making it perfect for a large pot on the patio!

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Apple 'Ashmead's Kernel'

Apple 'Ashmead's Kernel' is an RHS AGM variety that dates back to the 1700?s. This is a particularly versatile heritage variety that can be eaten fresh, cooked, juiced or used for cider.

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Apple 'Ballerina Flamenco'

The best of the ?Ballerina? range with crisp-fleshed, dark-red skinned fruits that can be harvested from mid-October. Like all of the ?Ballerina? Apple trees, ?Flamenco? has a columnar, upright habit, fruiting on short spurs along the length of the main...

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Apple 'Ballerina Samba'

Like the rest of the ?Ballerina? range, this recently introduced variety has an unusual columnar habit that is well suited to large patio containers. However, Apple ?Ballerina Samba? also sports side-shoots that extend from the main stem, turning abruptly...

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Apple 'Bardsey Island'

Propagated from a single parent apple tree which was discovered in 1998 on the remote Bardsey Island, just off the coast of North Wales. This very old fruit tree was found to be a completely unique new variety.

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Apple 'Belle de Boskoop'

Apple 'Belle de Boskoop' is a dual purpose apple that can be eaten fresh, cooked or dried. It produces medium to large, round, somewhat lumpy fruits with an attractive orange-red flush and stripes over a yellow skin. The fruits are firm, with cream flesh...

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Apple 'Blenheim Orange'

An old favourite among heritage apples and widely grown across the UK. Apple 'Blenheim Orange' produces large, handsome fruits with orange-red striped skins, a slightly nutty flavour and a soft texture.

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