Fruit

During the course of the season we have the following varieties of Apples and Plums. We will post on our home page the current varieties which are in season.

Apples

Ashmeads kernel
Beauty of Bath
Blenheim Orange
Bramleys seedling
Charles Ross
Chivers Delight
Clarkes Cox
Cockles Pippin
Cornish Aromatic
Cornish Gilliflower
Coxs Orange Pippin
Crimson Bramley
Crispin
Discovery
Egremont Russet
Ellisons Orange
Falstaff
Fiesta
Gala
Gloster 69
Greensleeves
Grenadier
Idared
Irish Peach
James Grieve
Jonagold
Jupiter
Katy
Kent
Keswick
Kidds Orange Red
King of Pippins
Laxton Epicure
Laxton Fortune
Laxton Superb
Lord Derby
Lord Hindlip
Lord Lambourne
Madresfield Court
Margil
Merton Worcester
Michaelmas Red
Newton Wonder
Orleans Reinette
Peasgoods Nonsuch
Pixie
Queen Cox
Red Devil
Red Miller
Ribston Pippin
Rosemary Russet
Royal Gala
Rubinette
Spartan
St. Cecilia
St.Edmunds Pippin
Sunset
Suntan
Tydemans Early Orange
Willian Crump
Worcester Pearmain

Plums

Belle De Louvain
Burbank
Cropper
Czar
Damsons
Edwards
Excalibur
Heron
Kirkes Blue
Marjorie
Merton Gem
Opal
Prolific
Purple Pershore
Swan
Victoria
Yellow Pershore (Yellow Egg)

10 thoughts on “Fruit

  1. Hi just a quite note to say we had a really good apple weekend at Snowshill good weather and turnout and a display of just over 500 apples best ever by far,so thanks for all your help and hope to see you next year,Linda

  2. please advise on the PLUM availability throughout the season

    Not sure if my name exists in your data bank

    must’nt miss the early crops

    Peter
    Kenilworth

    • Hello,
      The season should be starting in about 3 weeks but it is always difficult to be precise, even at this late stage. Your best bet is to keep an eye on the website or sign up on the home page for alerts.
      Hope to see you for the early plums!!

  3. i note the plums will be about2/3 weeks.
    Can you let me know when the apples will be ready particularly the Bramleys
    thank you
    Brian jones

  4. We are opening a food assembly in Kings Heath Birmingham (opening 22nd September) and are looking for producers. The idea is to put a catalogue online and for clients to order and pay on the platform. The orders are then delivered weekly or fortnightly (on a Tuesday evening for us). If the idea interest you, let us know and we’ll come and see you or give you a call to talk it through.

  5. Hi There,

    Could you let me know how much the apples are per kilo as we want to come and pick some to make a batch of cider this year?

    Many Thanks

    Mike

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