Developed in New Zealand and grown to perfection in England.
Visually exciting, juicy and delivering a great balance of
zing and sweetness.
December to May
East Midlands, West Midlands, South East, South West
South and East Anglia
A large, tart apple, ideal for cooking up a storm in the kitchen. Mostly green but sometimes with specks of red, the white juicy flesh makes the ideal texture for crumbles, pies and sauces alike.
All Year round
A crunchy and juicy treat discovered in America, now
grown in England. Hints of honey and citrus let you know
you're eating something special.
October to May
England's most famous apple and rightly so, with a great
balance of sugars and bite, as well as a delicious
September to April
North West (southern part of), North East, East Midlands,
West Midlands, South East, South West, South and East Anglia
Are only grown commercially in English with limited quantities,
so maybe hard to get your hands on one.
The variety has outstanding taste combining a sweet flavour with slight tartness and a hint of aniseed.
The apple has a good aroma whilst texture is firm and juicy.
August to September
South East and Herefordshire
A beautiful, red skinned apple, hailing from Essex.
Its distinctive flavour combines with a crisp bite and good levels of juice.