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Apples

 Note  •  Published on: 10 Aug 2014

Apple varieties we have. They have all been chosen for flavour rather than yield or appearance

Ashmeads Kernel ( one of the finest for flavour)

Autumn Pearmain

Bramleys Seedling( Still the best cooking apple)

Cornish Aromatic

Cornish Pine

Court Pendu Plat

Devonshire Quarrenden( Very old Devon variety which probably came from Normandy, red sweet early apple doesnt keep long)

Ellisons Orange

Improved Keswick

Orleon Reinette( fine flavour)

Paignton Marigold

Pigs Snout

Pitmastons Pineapple( small golden apple not commercially available with a rich flavour resembling Pineapple)

Red Devil( Early apple with red flecked flesh)

Red roller( An early very sweet red apple from Cornwall probably originated from the Quarrendon)

Ribston Pippin (Excellent flavour)

Rosemary Russet

Sykehouse Russet

 

 

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