Apple Varieties

These are the varieties of apple I've planted so far:
(planted either this year or last so no apples yet!)

 
Cox Orange Pippin
Braeburn
Bramley
Scotch Bridget
Elstar
Worcester Pearman
Brownlees Russet
Christmas Pippin
Discovery
George Cave
American Mother
Annie Elizabeth
Ashmeads Kernel
Belle De Boskoop
Claygate Pearman
Court Pendu Flat
Duke of Devonshire
Warners King, Scotch Bridget and Bamley
 
Greensleeves
King of the pippins
Newton Wonder
Pitmaston Pineapple
Pixie
Reverend W Wilks
Spartan
Sherry Surprise
Sturmer Pippin
Tydeman's Late Orange
Warners King
Winston
Winter Gem
Crawly Beauty
Red Winsor
Sunset
Gala
Lord Lambourne
Charles Ross
Hereford Beefing
 

And grafting this year:
 Scrumptious
Winter Banana
James Greives
Downton Pippin
Herefordshire russet
liberty
Tom Putt
Blenham Orange
Golden Noble 
Kingston Black
Argile Grise
Wykin Pippin
Rosemary Russet
Orleans Rennit
Howgate Wonder
Ribston Pippin
Adams Pearmain


 
This list is set to grow!

7 comments:

  1. If you want Jupiter or Fiesta for grafts come over here and get some

    also more snowdrops and daffs in the green are available now.

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    1. Yes please! I'll give you a ring later in the week to see if I can come and get a cutting or two at the weekend! Thanks
      Kev

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    1. Thank you. hopefully it'll get bigger yet!

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  3. An impressive list!
    I have a Braeburn which was already in the garden when I moved here 2 months ago. I bought a tree from Lidl store and it just said, 'Malu Domesticus' on the label, the pic looks like it's mostly a red apple, though it could be a poor colour depiction! So, I've no ide if it will help with the pollination of the Braeburn, although there had been a Coxes' Orange Pippin in the garden, it had been pruned off at ground level sometime over the winter, never found the root, and I know this is a good pollinator for the Braeburn. Can't afford a new one just yet, so maybe get one in the Autumn.

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  4. WOW! That is really an impressive list. Some I've heard of, some not. Pitmaston Pineapple is a must for when we move (WHEN . . .) I finally got to taste it at Ludlow Food Festival a couple of years back - scrumptious.

    We have what is probably a Christmas Pippin here, something I call the Bramley (but isn't!) and a couple of dual-purpose cooker/eaters which are the ones we've just picked this last week. Very reliable they are.

    I suspect you are better at pruning than me . . . not difficult!

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  5. What a lovely selection of apples ! :0)
    Howgate Wonder is a nice cooker that becomes a nice eater when stored .
    http://www.gardenappleid.co.uk/index.php/iw-apples/7-howgate-wonder

    and if you haven't seen it before you might enjoy this book http://books.google.com/books?id=VQJFAAAAIAAJ&pg=PA1&lpg=PA1&dq=The+art+of+Grafting+and+Budding+baltet&source=bl&ots=6ZmrcUJl23&sig=nohs03b0Lxts0l4uH2vp-O6p6To&hl=en&ei=clrKSuW0J5K2swOUo8iiBQ&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=1#v=onepage&q&f=false

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