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Update on Ripe Fruit – 17th July 2022

Update on Ripe Fruit – 17th July 2022 Continue reading

Perils of using Green waste compost, steer clear. 2022

The perils of using Green waste compost, steer clear. Continue reading

Summer Grafting July 2022

Well I have the need to graft (not budding) some apples, but I have run out of rootstocks?? What do I do. ?? I know I have some 2 year old grafted potted trees, with no home to go to. … Continue reading

Selection of Cherries – Ready Now 2nd July 2022 Cont’d

Selection of Cherries – Ready Now 2nd July 2022 cont’d Continue reading

Selection of Cherries – Ready Now 2nd July 2022

Selection of Cherries – Ready Now 2nd July 2022 Continue reading

Blackberry – ‘Black Butte’ – First of the season 2nd July 2022

Blackberry – ‘Black Butte’ definitely is the first of the season. It is the biggest, earliest and surprising tastes of blackberries. Continue reading

Blog update for SHIMIZU – PEACH (Greenhouse grown) July 1st 2022

SHIMIZU – PEACH – I was surprised to find that one peach had turned a very pale light colour, almost a milky white. I did a slight squeeze test, and it felt very soft. Continue reading

Chemical content of Composts – June 2022

As part of my upgarding of the nursery, we decided to investigate alternatives to ‘normal’ compost. Whilst most compost suppliers do not add a chemical content breakdown on the bags, they may well give a PH value. Which is usefull … Continue reading

Selection of Furry Fruit (Unripe ) – Mid June 2022

If the weather keeps up, and we have warm rain, it is looking like its going to be good year for Peaches, Almonds and Apricots. These are just a few of the varieties that we grow in an open field, … Continue reading

Fruit Trees


We supply Fruit Trees of most types from Apple to Apricots. We do not knowingly sell patented scions or trees, if we have inadvertently offered for sale any varieties, please get in touch with us urgently.

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It's a partially self-fertile variety which produces fruit earlier in the year than most. Well known for its particularly attractive blossom and then large apples.
The second most widely grown early commercial cooking apple in the UK after the Bramley. But it grows more slowly than a Bramley, producing a smaller tree. Fruits have firm, fine-textured, juicy flesh with an acid...
Fruits have white, distinctly green tinged flesh which is very firm, coarse-textured and a little juicy and acid. It cooks well, having a strong aroma when cooking.
Fruits have soft, rather coarse-textured, juicy flesh with a subacid flavour. An excellent cooker. Variety confirmed by DNA testing compared to Brogdale.
Has been praised for its taste for centuries. It is one of the tastiest European apple varieties with a typical, aromatic taste and strongly fragrant fruits. It is significantly sweeter than most other summer apples.
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