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Apple Trees

Through Alexander Hunt's nursery connections he is able to source the finest selections of varieties of apple fruit trees.

These fruit trees can be despatched alongside any customers ordered nut trees and for any further help or information please contact Alexander Hunt direct on 01732 882734 or 07979 525 939 or email awjhunt@btconnect.com in the first instance.
Ashmeads Kernel

Ashmeads Kernel

£40.00

Pale green aromatic fruit with strong, sweet-sharp, intense, acid drop flavour. Firm white flesh. Beautiful flowers. (Gloucester circa 1700)
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Braeburn

Braeburn

£40.00

Crisp, firm, aromatic fruit. Excellent all round quality, but needs a good climate. Many highly coloured forms have been selected for commercial growers such as ‘Hillwell’, ‘Loch Buie’ and ‘Helena’ – they all taste the same! Plant in a sheltered, sunny spot.
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Bramley 20

Bramley 20

£40.00

A compact version of Bramley’s Seedling – 20% less vigorous with heavier crops. Highly recommended for the garden especially if grown on M27 dwarf rootstock to create the perfect mini Bramley.
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Christmas Pippin

Christmas Pippin

£40.00

An exceptional high quality eating experience. We would happily say this is the ‘new garden Cox’ but unlike this classic vintage variety, Christmas Pippin flowers and crops heavily with beautiful honey-flvoured fruit that keeps well.
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Coxs Orange Pippin

Coxs Orange Pippin

£40.00

The original Cox with all the qualities expected from the finest flavoured apple in the world. Orange flush over greenish-yellow. Deep cream flesh has sweet aromatic flavour. Too difficult to grow successfully in gardens. Prone to disease.(Bucks. 19th Century)
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Discovery

Discovery

£40.00

Worcester Pearmain x Beauty of Bath. Bright red flush. Crisp and juicy with a hint of strawberry. An excellent early dessert apple with good disease resistance. (Langham, Essex 1949)
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Egremont Russet

Egremont Russet

£40.00

The flesh is cream, tinged yellow, sweet and firm with a rich nutty flavour. The usual russet to be found in shops. (Sussex 19th Century)
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Gala

Gala

£40.00

Kidd’s Orange Red x Golden Delicious. A reliable cropper of good, small, crisp and well flavoured fruit with a thin skin. One of the most popular eating apples in the world.
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Grenadier

Grenadier

£40.00

Easy to grow, large early fruit which cooks to a sharp purée. The tree is compact making it ideal for the garden. A very good pollinator for Bramley. (Bucks. 19th Century)
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Herefordshire Russet

Herefordshire Russet

£40.00

Cox’s Orange Pippin x Idared. The russet with a Cox flavour. Exceptional eating quality with a rich aromatic flavour.
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James Grieve

James Grieve

£40.00

Red flush stripes over pale green. Crisp and juicy. Excellent flavour and reliable cropper – deservedly popular. (Edinburgh 1893)
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Katy

Katy

£40.00

James Grieve x Worcester Pearmain. Heavy crops of bright red early fruit, with sweet, juicy, acid, firm flesh. Makes excellent fresh juice and even a palatable cider. Good pollinator. (Sweden 1947)
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Red Falstaff

Red Falstaff

£40.00

The select red sport of ‘Falstaff ’. Fruity, well balanced flavour, crisp and juicy. Frost resistant and self fertile. One of the heaviest yielding varieties. Can be stored easily and eaten throughout the winter. Highly recommended for every garden. (Norfolk 1983)
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Red Windsor

Red Windsor

£40.00

Superb Cox type flavour and very self-fertile which produces heavy crops of delicious red fruit. Frost hardy and very compact growth.
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Scrumptious

Scrumptious

£40.00

Starkspur Goldon Delicious x Discovery. This apple is something very special. This is the most popular apple, self-fertile, tasty and east to grow.
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Worcester Pearmain

Worcester Pearmain

£40.00

Reliable crop of delicious orange-red fruit. Firm, juicy flesh is very sweet with strong strawberry flavour.
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