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Apple Varieties on the St Anns Allotments

The following is a list of all identified apple trees on the St Anns Allotments site as of January 2010. This list will inevitably change during the 2010 fruiting season as more identifications are made. Identifications have been made with the grateful help and expertise of the Northern Fruit Group, the Marcher Apple Network, and the Fruit Department at the Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley.

Please note that highlighted varieties below are those that we have selected to propagate from as part of the Hungerhill Fruit Tree Project. For these varieties further information can be found by clicking on names.

Adams's Pearmain

Alfriston

American Mother

Annie Elizabeth

Ashmead Kernel

Ashton Brown Jersey

Bedwyn Beauty

Bismarck

Bountiful

Bramley Original

Bramley's Seedling

Breakwell's Seedling

Brown's Apple

Broxwoood  Foxwhelp

Calville Blanc d'Hiver

Charles Ross

Chisel Jersey

Chiver's Delight

Court Pendu Plat

Cox's Orange Pippin

Crawley Beauty

Crimson Bramley

Dabinett

D'Arcy Spice

Dalice, Meridian or Fletcher's Prolific

Discovery

Doctor Hare's Storing Cooker

Dumelow's

Dumelow's Seedling

Ecklinville

Edward VII

Egremont Russet

Ellison's Orange

Emneth Early

Fiesta

Flower of Kent

Fortune

Gala

Gennet Moyle

George Cave

Golden Delicious

Golden Reinette

Golden Spire

Greensleeves

Grenadier

Harry Masters Jersey

Hawthornden

Hector Macdonald

Herefordshire Russet

Herring's Pippin

Heusgen's Golden Reinette

Histon Favourite

Hormead Pearmain

Howgate Wonder

Ingrid Marie

Irish Peach

James Grieve

Jupiter

Katy

Keswick Codlin

Kidds Orange Red

King of the Pippins

Kingston Black

Lady's Finger of Offaly

Lane's Prince Albert

Laxton's Fortune

Laxton's Pearmain

Laxton's Superb

Limelight

Lord Derby

Lord Grosvenor

Lord Lambourne

Lord Roseberry

Mabbott's Pearmain

Maiden's Blush

Malster

Melba

Mère de Ménage

Merton Worcester

Michelin

Miller's Seedling

Monarch

Morgan Sweet

New Hawthornden

Newton Wonder

Orleans Reinette

Peasgood's Nonsuch

Radford Beauty

Red Devil

Red Ellison

Red Falstaff

Red Windsor

Royal Jubilee

Scotch Dumpling

Scrumptious

Slack ma Girdle

Somerset Redstreak

Spartan

Starking Delicious

Stoke Red

Sunset

Sweet Alford

Sweet Coppin

Taylor's

Tewkesbury Baron

Tremlett's Bitter

Tydeman's Early Worcester

Tydeman's Late Orange

Tydeman's Michaelmas Red

Wangy Down

Warner's King

Wealthy

Winter Gem

Worcester Pearmain

Yarlington Mill

 

All information relating to varieties, characteristics and descriptions is sourced from the following:

Bultitude, J. 1984. Apples: a guide to the identification of international varieties. London: Macmillan Press.

Morgan, M. and Richards, A. 2002. The new book of apples. London: Ebury Press.

National Fruit Collection public access database at Brogdale Farm, Kent.

** Images on variety description pages are the copyright of STAA unless otherwise stated.

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