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  • Court Pendu Plat apple

    The Court Pendu Plat apple is one of the most ancient apples in our collection, dating back to possibly Roman times but it was definitely grown in fifteenth century England, fruit small in size, russeted but with a purple/pink flush, the flesh is crisp, rich, fruity and perfumed. It mellows to a sweet and fully flavoured apple after being stored, good keeper. Late flowering (thus avoiding frosts) earned it the title of ‘Wise Apple'. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Brown Snout, Stoke Red(cider), Isaac Newton, Boswell
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Court Pendu Plat apple

    Dwarf Court Pendu Plat apple is one of the most ancient apples in our collection, dating back to possibly Roman times but it was definitely grown in fifteenth century England, fruit small in size, russeted but with a purple/pink flush, the flesh is crisp, rich, fruity and perfumed. It mellows to a sweet and fully flavoured apple after being stored, good keeper. Late flowering (thus avoiding frosts) earned it the title of ‘Wise Apple'. Ripens: May/June Pollinate with: Brown Snout, Stoke Red(cider), Isaac Newton, Boswell
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Geeveston Fanny apple

    Out of stock

    Dwarf Geeveston Fanny apple, makes a two metre tree at full maturity.This variety was widely grown in Tasmania for many decades, small reddish-purple apple with a sweetly flavoured white flesh is ideal for both cooking and as a dessert apple, very popular in the 1970s, important commercially in part because of it resistance to disease, one of the favourites of Clive Winmill (who owned the Badgers Keep collection of over two thousand apples) Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Keswick Codlin, Lord Lambourne, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Vista Bella, Egremont Russet, Fenouillet Gris, Forfar Pippin
  • Geeveston Fanny apple

    Geeveston Fanny apple was widely grown in Tasmania for many decades, this small reddish-purple apple with a sweetly flavoured white flesh is ideal for both cooking and as a dessert apple, very popular in the 1970s, important commercially in part because of it resistance to disease, one of the favourites of Clive Winmill (who owned the Badgers Keep collection of over two thousand apples) Ripens: March/April Pollinate with: Beauty of Bath, Keswick Codlin, Lord Lambourne, McIntosh, Red Braeburn, Tydeman's Early Worcester, Vista Bella, Egremont Russet, Fenouillet Gris, Forfar Pippin
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • enormous apple

    Geante d’Expositione apple

    "Very big...for showing off" - the Geante d'Expositione apple is one of the largest apples, and something to impress the neighbours - one of the larger apples in cultivation, coarse flesh, nice cooker, good bulk of crop, with what you cant eat you can fatten the pig, feed the cow, impress the neighbours and there will still be leftovers!
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Dwarf Fenouillet Gris apple

    Dwarf Fenouillet Gris apple is one of the more unusual heirloom apples, an ancient French variety from the 16th century, very sweet with hints of flavour like fennel and anise
    $32.00 inc. GST

  • Fenouillet Gris apple

    Most unusual heirloom apple, an ancient French variety from the 16th century, very sweet and tastes like fennel and anise
    $28.00 inc. GST

  • Brown Snout cider apple

    Brown Snout cider apple has a greenish yellow fruit, makes a bittersweet cider, harvests mid to late season, good pollinator. Ripens: April Pollinate with: Self fertile Type: Bittersweet
    $28.00 inc. GST

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