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Collection comprises 5 (4 eating & 1 cooking) trees (1 of each variety): Self Fertile Queen Cox - This self-fertile clone sets good crops without the need for pollinators. Apples are juicy and sweet, with the typical mellow 'Cox' taste, although it has a deeper red flush than the usual Cox. Pick from late September, and eat all the way through to January.Discovery - Probably the best early eating apple, with an excellent texture and flavour - crisp, juicy and sweet (it's a great apple for making juice). The tree's compact size makes it ideal for smaller gardens. Discovery has an early flowering season and needs to be grown in the company of another pollinator or self-fertile apple for both to fruit.Charles Ross - A Victorian apple resulting from a cross between Cox's Orange Pippin and Peasgood Nonsuch. Named after the head gardener in the late 1800's at Welford Park in Berkshire, its taste is sharp with a tang of orange when freshly picked (although it sweetens when it has been stored for a bit! White-fleshed, Charles Ross can also be cooked and, as it's really juicy, it also makes great cider.Braeburn (Clone Helena) - Braeburn is one of the best-selling varieties in Britain and can now (thanks to this earlier cropping new clone) be grown very successfully in UK gardens. Pick from mid October and store for up to 4 months without losing the superb crisp texture!Bramley (Clone 20) - It's 200 years since this most famous cooking apple was discovered. Our clone 20 is a big improvement on regular Bramley: it's less vigorous and more controllable in the garden and will also give you a significantly heavier crop. Deservedly renowned for its excellent cooking qualities. Note that it needs at least two other apples in the locality for pollination. Pick October for use throughout winter.Our apples are grafted onto M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf tree with medium vigour.

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