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- Pollination Group: Group C
Taking into account all the relevant factors the following Apple varieties would be suitable pollinators.
- AcmeGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive crimson flushed apple with a rich fruity flavour.
- Adams PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
A handsome apple with an unusual conical shape and a dry nutty flavour.
- AdmiralGroup DSelf-sterile
A sweet perfumed dessert apple best grown in a warm situation.
- Laxton's AdvanceGroup CPartially self-fertile
A lightly aromatic summer dessert apple.
- AlfristonGroup CSelf-sterile
A traditional old cooking apple from Sussex.
- Allen's EverlastingGroup CSelf-sterile
An interesting and unusual dark russet apple from Ireland with an intense sweet flavour.
- Allington PippinGroup CPartially self-fertile
A dual purpose apple with a strong sharp, bitter-sweet flavour.
- AmbassyGroup CSelf-sterile
A large, crisp and juicy sweet dessert apple grown commercially and sold as Estival or Delcorf.
- Ananas ReinetteGroup CSelf-sterile
A small golden apple with a strong sweet-sharp pineapple flavour.
- AntonovkaGroup BSelf-sterile
A very hardy dual purpose apple from Russia.
- ApiGroup CSelf-sterile
An ancient apple esteemed through the centuries for its decorative qualities.
- Api NoirGroup CSelf-sterile
A small dark purple coloured apple of possibly ancient origin.
- Ard Cairn RussetGroup DSelf-sterile
A Sweet apple from Ireland said to taste like a banana.
- Aromatic RussetGroup CSelf-sterile
A beautiful golden russet apple with an intense sweet-sharp flavour.
- Arthur W BarnesGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive cooking apple with good flavour.
- Arthur TurnerGroup CPartially self-fertile
One of the best early season cooking apples with a very attractive blossom.
- AtalantaGroup D
Reinette Rouge Etoilee x Cox's Orange Pippin
- Autumn PearmainGroup DSelf-sterile
Thought to be an ancient apple possibly dating from 16th century.
- Ballarat SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A large dual purpose apple requiring a good summer in the UK to ripen well.
- BannsGroup DSelf-sterile
A large yellow mid season dessert apple with an elderflower like aroma.
- Barnack BeautyGroup DSelf-sterile
A late season dual purpose apple with attractive blossom.
- BardseyGroup CSelf-sterile
Ther 'sainted' apple was found as an ancient tree on the Island of Bardsey (Ynys Enlli) off the coast North Wales
- Barnack OrangeGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season aromatic Cox like dessert apple.
- Baumans ReinetteGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season dessert apple with a sharp flavour and hint of strawberry.
- Beauty of BathGroup CSelf-sterile
A popular very early season dessert apple with a distinctive sharp taste.
- Beauty of BedfordGroup CSelf-sterile
A mid season dessert apple with a sweet lightly aromatic flavour.
- Beauty of HantsGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple very similar to Blenheim Orange.
- Beauty of MorayGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Scottish summer cooking apple with attractive blossom.
- Bedfordshire FoundlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season cooking apple with a sweet sharp flavour.
- Belle-Fille NormandeGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season cooking apple with a sweet sharp flavour.
- Belle FlavoiseGroup CSelf-sterile
A pretty summer cooking apple.
- Bellefleur-KitikaGroup CSelf-sterile
A very hardy dessert apple from Russia.
- Belle de PontoiseGroup DSelf-sterile
A large handsome old French apple.
- Belvoir SeedlingGroup DSelf-sterile
A large late season cooking apple raised at Belvoir Castle.
- Benenden EarlyGroup CSelf-sterile
A very pretty red striped apple with very good flavour for a summer apple.
- Betty GeesonGroup CSelf-sterile
An old cooking apple pprabably from Worcestershire.
- BismarckGroup CPartially self-fertile
An old Australian cooking apple. Good regular cropper and a useful general purpose cooker.
- Bloody PloughmanGroup DSelf-sterile
A legendary dark red dessert apple from Scotland with some red flesh.
- Blue PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season dessert apple from America with a distinctive blue bloom.
- In stockBountifulGroup CSelf-sterile
A good heavy cropping mild flavoured cooking apple.
- Bow Hill PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet late dessert apple with a slightly nutty flavour.
- Box AppleGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Cornish cooking apple.
- Braintree SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A late desset apple with an intense aromatic pineapple like flavour.
- Bramshott RectoryGroup CSelf-sterile
A lightly aromatic, crisp and juicy early dessert apple.
- BreitlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A very sweet large apple with a flowery taste.
- Brenchley PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
An old Kentish apple similar to Blenheim Orange.
- Bridgwater PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A large mild flavoured cooking apple.
- Brown CroftonGroup DSelf-sterile
A russet apple with an intense sweet-sharp flavour.
- Broad Eyed PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A very old English cooking apple.
- Brooke'sGroup CSelf-sterile
An aromatic mid season dessert apple.
- Brownlees' RussetGroup CSelf-fertile
A russet apple with a strong fruit drop flavour and very good blossom.
- BudimkaGroup CSelf-sterile
A traditional Serbian apple.
- Burr KnotGroup CSelf-sterile
An unusual old cooking apple which roots burrs at the base of its branches.
- Bushey GroveGroup CSelf-sterile
A mid season cooking apple with attractive fruit and blossom.
- Calville Blanc d'HiverGroup DSelf-sterile
An old French variety considered as the best for tarte aux pommes
- In stockCaptain KiddGroup DSelf-sterile
A more highly coloured sport of Kidd's Orange Red
- CarolineGroup DSelf-sterile
A sweet late dessert apple from Norfolk.
- CelliniGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple widely grown around Victorian London.
- CharlotteGroup CSelf-sterile
A late season Ballerina cooking apple which naturally grows in a columnar form.
- Charles RossGroup CPartially self-fertile
A very handsome traditional English dual purpose apple.
- Cheddar CrossGroup CSelf-sterile
An apple with a sharp savoury flavour with a hint of fennel.
- Nuvar™ Cheerfull Gold™Group DSelf-sterile
An attractive new dessert apple with an intense sweet-sharp Cox like flavour.
- Chelmsford WonderGroup DSelf-sterile
Once a widely grown and popular cooking apple.
- Chivers DelightGroup DSelf-sterile
A very good crisp sweet dessert apple which keeps very well.
- ChipsGroup CSelf-sterile
An early season dual purpose apple which keeps its shape when cooked.
- Christmas PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
A new apple with Cox like aromatic flavour but sweeter and easier to grow than Cox.
- CisteckeGroup CSelf-sterile
An apple from the Czech Republic. Soft, juicy with a summer fruit flavour.
- CobraGroup CSelf-sterile
A new dual purpose apple bred from Cox and Bramley with some of the qualities of both.
- Cockle PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
An aromatic late dessert apple popular in the 19th century.
- Cockett's RedGroup DSelf-sterile
A bright red sharp late dessert apple.
- Colonel VaughanGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Kent variety once used for cider making also known as Kentish Pippin.
- Colonel YateGroup DSelf-sterile
A large handsome light flavoured cooking apple.
- ComradeGroup CSelf-sterile
A rich, aromatic crisp mid season dessert apple.
- Cornish GilliflowerGroup DSelf-sterile
An old English apple with an unusual shape and sweet perfumed flavour orginating from Cornwall.
- Cornish HoneypinGroup CSelf-sterile
A very sweet mid season dessert apple from Cornwall.
- CoronationGroup DSelf-sterile
A large handsome dual-purpose apple named in 1902 to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII.
- CortlandGroup CPartially self-fertile
A McIntosh type apple with soft melting white flesh grown commercially in America.
- Flanders CoxGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive red sport of Cox's Orange Pippin from France.
- Cox's Orange PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
Regarded as the finest of English apples with an intense aromatic flavour rarely matched by any other.
- Queen CoxGroup CSelf-sterile
A more highly coloured and attractive looking sport of Cox's Orange Pippin.
- Cox's PomonaGroup DSelf-sterile
A very attractive and colourful mid season dual purpose apple.
- Self-Fertile CoxGroup CSelf-fertile
A self-fertile sport of Cox's Orange Pippin.
- Crimson CrispGroup DSelf-sterile
Crimson Crisp is a new scab resistant apple. Bright red mid season fruit with a good sweet flavour.
- Crimson PeasgoodGroup CSelf-sterile
A more highly coloured sport of Peasgood Nonesuch.
- Crimson QueeningGroup DSelf-sterile
An old English apple with dark red skin and an unusual pointed shape.
- DabinettGroup CSelf-fertile
An bittersweet old Somerset cider apple.
- D'Arcy SpiceGroup DSelf-sterile
A famous old variety from Essex with a distinctive spicy flavour.
- DawnGroup CSelf-sterile
A red late dessert apple with sweet-sharp raspberry flavour.
- DelcorfGroup C
A sweet apple grown commercially in Western Europe.
- Diamond JubileeGroup CSelf-sterile
An old dual purpose apple named to commemorate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria.
- DiscoveryGroup CSelf-sterile
A popular disease resistant early dessert apple.
- Doctor CliffordGroup CSelf-sterile
An early season cooking apple originating from Lincolnshire.
- DominoGroup CSelf-sterile
A heavy cropping early season cooking apple.
- Dorée de TournaiGroup C
Old Belgian Russet similar to a Nonpareil
- Downton PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
An old apple variety with a strong cidery flavour popular in Victorian England.
- Duchess of BedfordGroup CSelf-sterile
An early season dessert apple with a strong aniseed flavour.
- Duchess's FavouriteGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive apple with a sharp strawberry flavour.
- Duke of DevonshireGroup CSelf-sterile
A late russet apple with an intense sweet-sharp flavour.
- DunningGroup C
Early McIntosh x Cox's Orange Pippin cross.
- Laxton's Early CrimsonGroup CSelf-sterile
A very sweet red summer apple.
- Early JulyanGroup CSelf-sterile
One of the earliest of the summer apples.
- Early VictoriaGroup CPartially self-fertile
A popular early cooking apple with excellent flavour.
- East Lothian PippinGroup C
A summer cooking apple from Scotland which cooks to a juicy puree.
- Easter OrangeGroup DSelf-sterile
A late dessert apple with an intense aromatic flavour.
- Eccleston PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Cheshire dual purpose apple. Large showy red flushed fruit.
- In stockEcklinvilleGroup DSelf-sterile
An old cooking apple originating from Northern Ireland.
- EdelborsdorferGroup DSelf-sterile
A very sweet apple from Germany with a scent of elderflower.
- Edith HopwoodGroup DSelf-sterile
A lightly aromatic mid season yellow apple.
- Ellison's OrangeGroup DPartially self-fertile
Intensely aromatic Cox like apple with an aniseed flavour. A good alternative to Cox for northern Britain.
- Emperor AlexanderGroup CSelf-sterile
A large, attractive dual purpose apple thought to have originated from Ukraine.
- EmpireGroup CPartially self-fertile
An attractive, crisp, dark red dessert apple with a sweet but tangy summer fruit flavour.
- EncoreGroup DSelf-sterile
A large cooking apple. Very acid when used early but mellows with keeping.
- Laxton's EpicureGroup CPartially self-fertile
A very good summer dessert apple. Sweet and juicy with some Cox flavour.
- ErosGroup CSelf-sterile
A large red flushed apple with a fruity sharp flavour.
- Esopus SpitzenburgGroup DSelf-sterile
An old American dual purpose apple widely grown in the USA in 19th century renowned apple pies.
- Exeter CrossGroup CSelf-sterile
An early dessert apple with a sharp refreshing flavour.
- ExquisiteGroup CSelf-sterile
A summer apple with an aniseed flavour.
- Eynsham DumplingGroup DSelf-sterile
A large cooking apple raised in Oxfordshire.
- Fairie QueenGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet rich apple with some Cox flavour.
- Red FalstaffGroup CPartially self-fertile
One of the most popular modern garden varieties. Easy to grow, heavy cropping, crisp and juicy fruit.
- FalstaffGroup CPartially self-fertile
Now largely superseded by the more highly coloured sport Red Falstaff.
- Laxton's FavouriteGroup CSelf-sterile
Sweet, juicy, attractive summer apple.
- Fearn's PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive small scarlet apple prized by the Victorians for the dining table.
- FiestaGroup DPartially self-fertile
A crisp, juicy, sweet apple with some Cox flavour which crops well and keeps extremely well.
- Fillingham PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
A sharp fruity apple once popular in Yorskshire.
- First and LastGroup DSelf-sterile
A Victorian apple from Sussex claimed to keep in
store for up to two years
- FlameGroup CSelf-sterile
Flame is a pretty pink and red flushed summer apple.
- Flower of the TownGroup CSelf-sterile
A sharp tasting mid season dessert apple from Yorkshire.
- ForfarGroup CSelf-sterile
A large and handsome late season dual purpose apple also known as Dutch Mignonne.
- Laxton's FortuneGroup CPartially self-fertile
A red flushed early season dessert apple with a brisk summer fruit flavour.
- Foulden PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
An old dual purpose apple from Norfolk.
- FrancisGroup DSelf-sterile
A small, sweet, lightly aromatic apple similar to Laxton's Superb.
- In stockNuvar® FrecklesGroup CSelf-sterile
A very tasty sweet red apple with small russet patches giving it a frecked appearance.
- Freiherr von BerlepschGroup CSelf-sterile
An old German variety with an intense pineapple flavour.
- In stockFreybergGroup CSelf-sterile
A delicious apple which is very sweet but also has an intensly aromatic flavour.
- FujiGroup DSelf-sterile
A crisp sweet apple with a perfumed honey-like flavour. Requires a warm location for best flavour.
- In stockGalaGroup DPartially self-fertile
One of the most widely grown and popular commercial apples.
- GarnetGroup CSelf-sterile
A bright red early season dessert apple.
- In stockGascoyne's ScarletGroup DSelf-sterile
A victorian Kentish variety. Large, handsome red fruit. Produces excellent pink juice.
- GavinGroup DSelf-sterile
An excellent but little know variety. Very crisp, sweet fruit.
- George CarpenterGroup DSelf-sterile
A large attractive flushed apple with a good aromatic flavour.
- George CaveGroup CSelf-fertile
A sharp, juicy red summer apple.
- GladstoneGroup DPartially self-fertile
A red flushed summer apple. Quite sharp with a raspberry or redcurrant flavour.
- GlasburyGroup DSelf-sterile
A large pink flushed culinary apple.
- GlockenapfelGroup CSelf-sterile
An ancient bell shaped culinary apple famous for making apfelstrudel.
- Gloucester CrossGroup DSelf-sterile
A mid season dessert apple with a rich aromatic flavour.
- Gloria MundiGroup DSelf-sterile
A large cooking apple with an unusual oblong, heavily ribbed shape.
- Nuvar® GoldGroup CSelf-sterile
A bright yellow apple with a slight pink blush. It is sweet crisp and juicy.
- In stockGolden DeliciousGroup DSelf-sterile
The most widely grown apple throughout the world. Requires a warm location to achieve full sweetness.
- GoldrushGroup DSelf-sterile
Goldrush is a new disease resistant apple. Golden yellow with a pink blush. Rich sweet flavour. Late
ripening and very good keeper.
- Golden HarveyGroup DSelf-sterile
A very old russet apple with an intense sweet sharp flavour. Famous for its strong cider.
- In stockNuvar® Golden HillsGroup CSelf-sterile
A striking golden yellow apple with crisp juicy flesh and a rich sweet flavour.
- Golden KnobGroup CSelf-sterile
A small russet apple with an intense sweet-sharp flavour.
- Golden NuggetGroup CSelf-sterile
A small attractive fruit with an intense sweet-sharp pineapple flavour.
- Golden PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
a very old variety. Intense fruity flavour also used for cooking and cider.
- Golden ReinetteGroup DSelf-sterile
An attractive apple with good fruity taste, similar Blenheim Orange.
- GrantonianGroup DSelf-sterile
A large fairly sweet cooking apple.
- Grange's PearmainGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple with a hint of pineapple flavour.
- Granny SmithGroup CSelf-fertile
One of the most widely grown commercial apples known for its green colour, sharp flavour and firm texture.
- Green BalsamGroup CSelf-sterile
- Green HarveyGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple which keeps its shape when cooked.
- Green RolandGroup DSelf-sterile
A mild flavoured green cooking apple from Norfolk
- Grvena LepogvetkaGroup DSelf-sterile
An intensly flvoured apple from the former Yugoslavia.
- Harry PringGroup DSelf-sterile
A pretty red flushed apple with a sharp flavour.
- HarveyGroup DSelf-sterile
A very old cooking apple originating from East Anglia.
- HawthorndenGroup DSelf-sterile
A pretty and delicately coloured cooking apple.
- Hereford CrossGroup CSelf-sterile
A sharp flavoured red early season apple.
- In stockHerefordshire RussetGroup CPartially self-fertile
An excellent new variety combining the aromatic flavour of a Cox with a golden russet skin.
- Hibb's SeedlingGroup DSelf-sterile
An interestingly scented aromatic dessert apple.
- High View PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A late dessert apple with an intense aromatic flavour.
- Histon FavouriteGroup CSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple from Cambridgeshire with a brisk fruity flavour.
- Hoary MorningGroup DSelf-sterile
An dual purpose apple originating from the West Country.
- Holland PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple which keeps its shape when cooked.
- Nuvar® Home FarmGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet crisp apple with a traditional appearance.
- HoneycrispGroup DSelf-sterile
A sweet crisp juicy late dessert apple from America sometimes sold a Honeycrunch.
- Hormead PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
A sharp tasting late cooking apple.
- Horsham RussetGroup CSelf-sterile
An intensly flavoured sweet-sharp russet apple.
- HoublonGroup DSelf-sterile
An attractive apple with a rich aromatic flavour from Norfolk.
- In stockHowgate WonderGroup DPartially self-fertile
The largest of the English cooking apples capable of producing exhibition fruit of enormous size.
- Hubbard's PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
A late dessert apple with a rich nutty flavour.
- Huntingdon CodlinGroup CSelf-sterile
Quite sharp soft fleshed mid season cooking apple.
- Hunter's MajesticGroup CSelf-sterile
A large mid season dual purpose apple.
- Ingrid MarieGroup DSelf-sterile
A Cox-like apple from Denmark. Redder in colour and sharper in flavour than Cox.
- Ingall's RedGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet red summer apple with a strawberry flavour and soft texture.
- In stockJames GrieveGroup CPartially self-fertile
A good heavy cropping early season dual purpose apple from Scotland.
- Poelman's Rode James GrieveGroup CSelf-sterile
Brighter coloured earlier ripening sport of James Grieve.
- Red James GrieveGroup CSelf-sterile
A more highly coloured sport of James Grieve.
- James LawsonGroup CSelf-sterile
A fairly sharp, soft and juicy apple with a curious balsam taste.
- JefferiesGroup CSelf-sterile
A very pretty red apple with delicate lines and patterns.
- In stockJersey BlackGroup CSelf-sterile
An old American apple once known as Black Apple because of its very dark colour.
- John AppleGroup CSelf-sterile
An old English cooking apple.
- John StandishGroup CSelf-sterile
A small red flushed apple with an intensely fruity flavour.
- JonathanGroup CPartially self-fertile
An old American dessert apple. Red flushed, crisp, juicy and sweet but with plenty of refreshing acidity.
- JoybellsGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive apple with sweet melting flesh.
- Kandil SinapGroup CSelf-sterile
An unusual long shaped apple from Crimea.
- KarinaGroup DSelf-sterile
- KatyGroup CSelf-sterile
A popular early garden variety producing good crops of attractive apples.
- Kentish QuarrendenGroup CSelf-sterile
A dark maroon apple with a sweet nutty flavour.
- KentGroup DSelf-sterile
A mildly aromatic dessert apple raised at East Malling in Kent.
- In stockKidd's Orange RedGroup DSelf-sterile
An excellent dessert apple similar to Cox but redder in colour and sweeter in taste.
- Kingston BlackGroup CSelf-sterile
The most popular of the cider apples.
- King George VGroup DSelf-sterile
A late dessert apple with an intense pineapple flavour.
- King of the PippinsGroup DPartially self-fertile
A good dual purpose apple polupular in France where it is known as Reine des Reinettes.
- KorobovkaGroup CSelf-sterile
- Lady's Finger of OffalyGroup CSelf-sterile
- Lady IsabelGroup CSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple similar to James Grieve but with a later season.
- Lady LambourneGroup CPartially self-fertile
A more highly coloured sport of Lord Lambourne.
- Lady SudeleyGroup DPartially self-fertile
A large early dessert apple with very pretty red stripes over a yellow skin.
- LakelandGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet crisp apple with beautiful maroon flushed skin.
- Lamb's SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A large red flushed dual purpose apple.
- Langley PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A dark red flushed apple with some raspberry flavour.
- Lane's Prince AlbertGroup DPartially self-fertile
A popular Victorian cooking apple.
- Landsberger ReinetteGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet, juicy soft fleshed apples once widely grown in Northern Europe.
- Lass O' GowrieGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Scottish summer cooking apple.
- Laxton's TriumphGroup DSelf-sterile
- LeatherjacketGroup CSelf-sterile
A yellow cooking apple originating from Essex.
- LibertyGroup CSelf-sterile
- In stockLimelightGroup DSelf-sterile
An excellent new disease resistant dessert apple bred in Kent.
- Little PaxGroup DSelf-sterile
A new aromatic late dessert apple reminiscent of Victorian Pearmain apples.
- LoboGroup CSelf-sterile
- Nuvar® Long HarvestGroup CSelf-sterile
A pinkish red apple which ripens one by one over a long period giving an extended harvesting season.
- Lord DerbyGroup DPartially self-fertile
A good disease resistant cooking apple suitable for northern Britain.
- Lord GrosvenorGroup CSelf-sterile
An early season codlin-type cooking apple.
- Lord HindlipGroup CSelf-sterile
A handsome, crimon flushed apple.
- Lord LambourneGroup CPartially self-fertile
A popular traditional English mid season apple. Good flavour and disease resistance.
- Lord NelsonGroup CSelf-sterile
A large red striped apple from New Zealand.
- Lord RoseberyGroup CSelf-sterile
A pretty bright red summer apple with some strwberry flavour.
- Lord StradbrokeGroup DSelf-sterile
A prominently ribed fairly sweet cooking apple.
- Lucombe's SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
A large prominently ribbed sharp crisp apple once popular in Cornwall.
- Lynn's PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A Cox type mid season dessert apple.
- Mabbott's PearmainGroup DSelf-sterile
- Madresfield CourtGroup CSelf-sterile
A rich mildly aromatic sweet mid season dessert apple.
- Mannington's PearmainGroup DSelf-sterile
- In stockMargilGroup CSelf-sterile
A small Cox like apple.
- MaxtonGroup DPartially self-fertile
- May BeautyGroup DSelf-sterile
A dark red flushed apple.
- May QueenGroup DSelf-sterile
A heavy cropping apple with a fruity brisk flavour.
- MelbaGroup CSelf-sterile
A pink flushed earrly dessert apple with a refreshing summer fruit flavour.
- Nuvar® MelodyGroup CSelf-sterile
A red flushed apple. Sweet crisp and juicy. Blossom shows some frost resistance.
- MelroseGroup CSelf-sterile
A large ribbed cooking apple once very popular in Tweedside.
- Merton BeautyGroup DSelf-sterile
A sweet apple with a rich aniseed flavour.
- MeridianGroup CSelf-sterile
A mildly aromatic Cox type apple raised at East Malling Kent.
- Merton RussetGroup CSelf-sterile
An intensely sharp flavoured fine russet apple.
- Merton WorcesterGroup CSelf-sterile
An excellent early to mid season red apple with a strawberry flavour.
- Michaelmas RedGroup DSelf-sterile
A pretty early to mid season pink flushed apple.
- Millicent BarnesGroup CSelf-sterile
An old mid season red flushed dessert apple from Cheshire with quite sharp flavour.
- Miller's SeedlingGroup CPartially self-fertile
An attractive sweet summer apple once widely grown in England.
- MonarchGroup CPartially self-fertile
A once popular English cooking apple.
- MonidelGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive red and yellow early dessert apple. Excellent sweet flavour, juicy and crisp.
- MontfortGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive red flushed late dessert apple.
- Mrs PhillimoreGroup DSelf-sterile
- Nancy JacksonGroup DSelf-sterile
An old cooking apple grown in Yorkshire in 19th Century.
- NasonaGroup DSelf-sterile
An unusual very sweet oblong shaped apple from Italy.
- Crimson Newton WonderGroup DSelf-sterile
A more highly coloured sport of Newton Wonder
- New Rock PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
- Newton WonderGroup DPartially self-fertile
An attractive and popular traditional English cooking apple.
- Nolan PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A strong sweet-sharp flavour apple.
- NonpareilGroup CSelf-sterile
An old variety with an intense sweet sharp flavour.
- Norfolk BeautyGroup CSelf-sterile
A large and very pretty mild flavoured mid season cooking apple.
- Norfolk ColemanGroup CSelf-sterile
- Norfolk Royal RussetGroup DSelf-sterile
A russetted sport of Norfolk Royal.
- Norfolk RoyalGroup DSelf-sterile
A bright red apple with sweet crisp and juicy white flesh.
- Nutmeg PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
- Old PearmainGroup CSelf-sterile
- OpalGroup CSelf-sterile
Crimson flushed apple with a hint of strawberry flavour. Different from the yellow apple of same name now grown and sold commercially.
- OpalescentGroup CSelf-sterile
A very striking large dark red apple one widely grown in New England.
- OrangenburgGroup DSelf-sterile
A rich armoatic apple with some Cox flavour.
- OrinGroup DSelf-sterile
A very sweet yellow apple from Japan.
- Owen ThomasGroup CSelf-sterile
An intensely sweet sharp soft fleshed summer apple.
- Oxford ConquestGroup CSelf-sterile
A large late eating apple with a sweet sharp flavour.
- Palmer's RoseyGroup DSelf-sterile
A red summer apple with a strong Cox like flavour.
- Park Farm PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A new early season dessert apple. Good disease resistance. Juicy with sweet flavour.
- ParoquetGroup DSelf-sterile
- PaularedGroup CSelf-sterile
- PeacemakerGroup CSelf-sterile
A lightly aromatic sweet mid season apple.
- Peasgood's NonsuchGroup CPartially self-fertile
A handsome Victorian cooking apple excellent for baked apple.
- PearlGroup CSelf-sterile
- Peck's PleasantGroup CSelf-sterile
A rich sweet apple once popular in New England.
- Pickering's SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
Quite rich flavoured mid season eating apple.
- Pig's Nose PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A small apple shaped like a pig's snout.
- PinovaGroup DSelf-sterile
A disease resistant late dessert apple. Hangs well on the tree. Good fruity flavour.
- In stockPitmaston Pine AppleGroup DSelf-sterile
A small golden russet apple with a very distinctive strong pineapple flavour.
- Pitmaston Russet NonpareilGroup CSelf-sterile
A russt apple with a mixture of the sweet-sharp Nonpareil and the nutty Egremont Russet flavours.
- PollyGroup DSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple from Cornwall.
- PomeroyGroup DSelf-sterile
A handsome sweet apple with pineapple like acidity.
- Potts' SeedlingGroup DSelf-sterile
A cooking apple which cooks to a juicy froth needing little added sugar.
- Prins BernhardGroup DSelf-sterile
- PrincesseGroup CSelf-sterile
A heavy cropping russet apple of very good quality. Less nutty flavour than Egremont Russet but easier to grow.
- Purpurroter CousinotGroup CSelf-sterile
A very old sweet perfumed apple probably oringinating in the Netherlands or Germany.
- Queen CarolineGroup CSelf-sterile
A cooking apple which cooks to a creamy well flavoured puree.
- QueenGroup CSelf-sterile
A very pretty large cooking apple cooking to a lovely bright yellow sharp puree.
- RajkaGroup CSelf-sterile
An attactive disease resistant modern variety with an excellent sweet flavour and good keeping qualities.
- Laxton's RearguardGroup CSelf-sterile
A firm crisp apple with an intense aromatic flavour.
- Red DeliciousGroup DSelf-sterile
One of the most widely grown apples particularly popular in North America.
- Red DevilGroup CSelf-fertile
A new disease resistant apple with a refreshing tangy flavour and pink tinged flesh.
- RedfreeGroup DSelf-sterile
- Nuvar® Red GlossGroup DSelf-sterile
A shiny red fruit which is sweet, crisp and juicy.
- Redcoat GrieveGroup CSelf-sterile
- Red MillerGroup CPartially self-fertile
A more highly coloured sport of Miller's Seedling.
- RedsleevesGroup CSelf-fertile
A disease resistant early dessert apple. Attractive, crisp, sweet and juicy fruit.
- Red VictoriaGroup CSelf-sterile
- Reinette Rouge ÉtoiléeGroup D
An old famous European apple with a distinct ribbed shape
- RivalGroup CPartially self-fertile
Crisp, juicy lightly aromatic apple.
- Rivers NonsuchGroup CSelf-sterile
- Rivers St MartinGroup DSelf-sterile
- RosamundGroup CPartially self-fertile
- Rosmarina BiancaGroup DSelf-sterile
- Rosy BlenheimGroup CSelf-sterile
A large apple resmbliing Blenheim Orange.
- RosetteGroup CSelf-sterile
A red fleshed sport of Discovery which has better flavour and keeping qualities than its parent.
- In stockRoss NonpareilGroup CSelf-sterile
A red flushed apple with the typical intense sweet-sharp Nonpareil flavour.
- Rosemary RussetGroup CSelf-sterile
A strong sweet sharp flavoured russet apple with a reddish flush.
- Roter AnanasGroup DSelf-sterile
A beautiful apple with a bright scarlet flush and strong pineapple flavour.
- Rough PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
A traditional apple originating from Cornwall.
- RubensGroup CSelf-sterile
A red flushed apple with a raspberry flavour. Different from the modern variety of the same name now grown and sold commercially.
- In stockRubinetteGroup CSelf-sterile
An excellent Cox likle apple from Switzerland.
- In stockRubinolaGroup CSelf-sterile
A delicious and attractive modern disease resistant apple with sweet melting flesh.
- Ruby (Seabrook)Group CSelf-sterile
A bright red apple with a strawberry flavour similar to Worcester Pearmain.
- Ruby (Thorrington)Group CSelf-sterile
A sweet apple with some strwberry flavour.
- SabarosGroup DSelf-sterile
- Saltcote PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
An aromatic apple similar to Ribston Pippin.
- Sam YoungGroup CSelf-sterile
A small tasty sweet sharp apple with a cinamon russet skin.
- SanspareilGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet honeyed apple that keeps its flavour well in storage.
- SantanaGroup CSelf-sterile
A new disease resistant dessert apple with a good scented flavour.
- SaturnGroup CSelf-fertile
A disease resistant modern sweet red apple bred at East Malling in Kent.
- Scarlet CroftonGroup DSelf-sterile
Attractive dark red apple from Ireland.
- Scarlet NonpareilGroup CSelf-sterile
Similar to Nonpareil with its intense sweet-sharp flavour but more highly coloured.
- SchoolmasterGroup DSelf-sterile
A late cooking apple once grown commercially for canning.
- ScrumptiousGroup DSelf-fertile
An excellent disease resistant early dessert apple with a fragrant honeyed flavour.
- Seaton HouseGroup DSelf-sterile
A large cooking apple from Scotland which keeps its shape when cooked.
- Seabrook RedGroup DSelf-sterile
A white fleshed red apple with a hint of strawberry flavour.
- September BeautyGroup CSelf-sterile
- Sheep's NoseGroup DSelf-sterile
A large prominently ribbed apple which takes its name from its unusual shape.
- ShenandoahGroup CSelf-sterile
A delicious rich sweet apple with attractive red and yellow autumnal colours.
- ShoesmithGroup DSelf-sterile
A large handsome cooking apple.
- Sikulai AlmaGroup CSelf-sterile
- Sisson's Worksop NewtownGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet juicy apple with a svoury taste.
- Smart's Prince ArthurGroup DSelf-sterile
An old 19th Century Kent cooking apple which keeps well.
- Sops in WineGroup CSelf-sterile
- SpartanGroup DSelf-fertile
A popular dark red dessert apple. Heavy cropper and easy to grow.
- SpencerGroup DSelf-sterile
A crisp juicy red apple with a very pleasant sweet flavour with good balancing acidity.
- Star of DevonGroup CSelf-sterile
An attractive late apple with quite a sharp flavour.
- St AilredGroup CSelf-sterile
A juicy apple similar in flavour to a ripe James Grieve
- St Albans PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
A crisp juicy but quite sharp Victorian dessert apple.
- Stamford PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
- StarkingGroup DSelf-sterile
- StarkrimsonGroup DSelf-sterile
A sport of Red Delicious apple.
- Starkspur Golden DeliciousGroup DSelf-sterile
A sport of Golde Delicious apple.
- St Augustine's OrangeGroup CSelf-sterile
- St Edmund's PippinGroup CPartially self-fertile
A very fine flavoured golden russet apple.
- St EverardGroup CSelf-fertile
A rich aromatic red striped apple.
- Stirling CastleGroup CPartially self-fertile
An old cooking apple originally from Scotland and once widely grown throughout the UK.
- St MagdalenGroup CSelf-sterile
A very sweet, rich, aromatic apple from Norfolk.
- Stobo CastleGroup CSelf-sterile
An old Scottish cooking apple.
- Stoke Edith PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
- Storey's SeedlingGroup DSelf-sterile
A crisp, juicy apple with plenty of flavour.
- Striped BeefingGroup CSelf-sterile
A large handsome apple with dark red stripes which give its name.
- StubnoseGroup CSelf-sterile
An unusual shaped early cooking apple.
- In stockSturmer PippinGroup CPartially self-fertile
A very late dessert apple which hangs on the tree into the winter and keeps well.
- SunburnGroup CSelf-sterile
- SunriseGroup CSelf-sterile
One of the best early apples with a very long season.
- In stockSunsetGroup CSelf-fertile
An excellent garden substitute for Cox particularly for regions where Cox can not be grown successfully.
- Laxton's SuperbGroup DPartially self-fertile
A sweet dessert partially self-fertile apple with the aromatic flavour of Cox.
- Surprize™Group CSelf-sterile
An unusual new apple with bright organge skin and pink flesh.
- Sussex MotherGroup DSelf-sterile
An old Sussex apple. Sweet with a distinctive spicy flavour and a hint of aniseed.
- SwaarGroup CSelf-sterile
A yellow, partially russetted apple with a rich, sweet, nutty flavour once popular in America.
- Taunton CrossGroup DSelf-sterile
- Ten CommandmentsGroup DSelf-sterile
A small dark red flushed apple used for cider making.
- Teton de DemoiselleGroup CSelf-sterile
An old French dessert apple.
- Thorpe's PeachGroup CSelf-sterile
- Thomas RiversGroup DSelf-sterile
- TopazGroup CSelf-sterile
An excellent new disease resistant late dessert apple. Firm and juicy with a refreshing sharp flavour.
- Twenty OunceGroup CSelf-sterile
A very large quite sweet dual purpose apple from America.
- Twinings PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
Not true variety de-accessed by Brogdale
- Tydeman's Early WorcesterGroup DPartially self-fertile
An early season apple which is very juicy and sweet with a hint of strawberry flavour.
- Tydeman's Late OrangeGroup DSelf-sterile
A good late dessert variety similar to Cox in flavour but sharper and later ripening.
- Upton PyneGroup CSelf-sterile
A dual purpose apple with a hint of pineapple flavour.
- Victory (Carpenter)Group DSelf-sterile
A large colourful cooking apple .
- VitgyllingGroup CSelf-sterile
A white fleshed dual purpose summer apple from Sweden similar to White Transparent.
- Waltham Abbey SeedlingGroup CSelf-sterile
- WaltzGroup CSelf-sterile
A red crisp and juicy sweet ballerina apple which naturally grown in a columnar form.
- Wanstall PippinGroup CSelf-sterile
- WealthyGroup CSelf-sterile
A sweet red apple with some strawberry flavour.
- In stockWheeler's RussetGroup DSelf-sterile
A cinnamon russet apple best stored and eaten in the new year.
- White MelroseGroup CSelf-sterile
A large Scottish cooking apple pnce widely grown on Tweedside.
- White QuarrendenGroup CSelf-sterile
- William CrumpGroup CSelf-sterile
An intensly aromatic Cox like apple.
- Winter BananaGroup DSelf-sterile
An attractive large apple from America.
- WinesapGroup CSelf-sterile
An old American dessert apple still grown commercially.
- Winter GemGroup DSelf-sterile
An attractive sweet late ripening apple with good keeping qualities and disease resistance.
- Winter QuarrendenGroup CSelf-sterile
- WinstonGroup DSelf-fertile
An aromatic Cox like apple but sharper and later season than Cox.
- Wolf RiverGroup CSelf-sterile
- WoodfordGroup DSelf-sterile
A large light flavoured cooker from Essex.
- Woolbrook RussetGroup DSelf-sterile
A sweet-sharp cooker with good flavour.
- Worcester PearmainGroup CPartially self-fertile
A very popular sweet early dessert apple particularly suitable for growing in colder regions.
- Wormsley PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
- Worcester WoodsilGroup CSelf-sterile
- Wyken PippinGroup DSelf-sterile
A small bright yellow intensly flavoured sweet sharp apple.
- Yarlington MillGroup CSelf-sterile
A traditional Somerset cider apple producing a medium bittersweet cider.
- Yellow BellflowerGroup CSelf-sterile
- Yellow IngestrieGroup CSelf-sterile
A small sharp bright yellow apple with a strong fruity sharp flavour.