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  • Melrose Beaumont

    Melrose Beaumont

    Developed at the Agricultural Experiment Station in Wooster, Ohio. Introduced in 1944. Red Delicious X Jonathan. Official Ohio State apple.…

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  • Meridian

    Meridian

    A fairly large apple with excellent colour and skin finish, the flesh is crisp and extremely juicy with a delicate…

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  • Pink Gold

    Pink Gold

    A sport of Golden Delicious, introduced from Italy in 2008. Pink Gold is sweeter, crisper and slightly harder than a standard…

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  • Red Comice

    Red Comice

    A new red coloured sport of Comice, slightly sweeter than the standard variety. The shape is wide, almost conical. The…

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  • Red Devil

    Red Devil

    Red Devil is notable for its distinctive red flesh. The flesh is white as with most apples, but stained with red…

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  • Red Windsor

    Red Windsor

    Red Windsor was raised in Germany in the 1930s. It is sometimes also known as Alkmene. The flavour is quite strong…

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  • Ribston Pippin

    Ribston Pippin

    Also known as the Glory of York, this is the most famous variety from the English county of Yorkshire. Ribston…

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  • Rubinola

    Rubinola

    Rubinola is a new variety, introduced from The Czech Republic in 2006. It is a large flat disc shaped apple with…

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  • Saturn

    Saturn

    Saturn was introduced in 1997 by East Malling Research Station in Kent, England. Saturn is a medium-sized apple, smooth, rounded and…

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  • Scrumptious

    Scrumptious

    Scrumptious is an excellent modern English early dessert apple, and popular in tasting tests. It was raised by English apple enthusiast,…

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  • Spartan

    Spartan

    A dessert apple, juicy, crisp, with a fine, light texture. The flavour is a sweet, rich grape flavour. It has…

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  • St. Edmunds Pippin

    St. Edmunds Pippin

    Saint Edmund's Pippin is a typical English russet apple.  It is very similar to the more widely known Egremont Russet. …

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