A list of the fruits
Name Growth Char Fruit Uses
Chacewater Longstem
Cheddar Cross Flowering Period: 1
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab but prone to mildew
Subacid Dessert
Chisel Jersey
Colemans Seedling Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Cider
Colloget Pippin Flowering Period: Early to mid
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Culinary/cider
Cornish Aromatic Flowering Period: 4
Diesease Resistance: Good canker resistance and scab resistant
Sweet subacid, aromatic, nutty Dessert
Cornish Garden Cooker
Cornish Gilliflower Flowering Period: 4
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant but susceptible to canker
Sweet aromatic and rich Dessert
Cornish Honeypin Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Dessert
Cornish Longstem Flowering Period: Mid to late
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Culinary
Cornish Mother Flowering Period: 3 Sweet Dessert
Cornish Pine Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet, rich, slightly subacid Dessert
Cornish Russet
Cornish Wine Apple
Cotehele Beauty
Court of Wick Flowering Period: 4
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab and resistant to canker
Subacid and rich Dessert/culinary/cider
Court Royal Flowering Period: 2
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant but prone to canker
Sweet Cider
Crimson King Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab and resistant to canker
Medium Sharp Cider/culinary
Crimson Victoria Flowering Period: Early to mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Cider
Dabinett Flowering Period: Late
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Medium Bittersweet Cider
Devon Crimson Queen Moderate, upright, spreading, growth. Annual bearer. Disease resistance – prone to canker, scab resistant Flowering period – late April early May Blossom - Crop – moderate, consistent Shape –flat round, ribbed, medium to large size. Skin – yellow/green with large prominent grey lenticels, slight russet around stem or eye, complete dark red, short and flecked flush. Flesh – greenish, crisp and juicy Flavour – sweet with a tang, pear and honey overtones. Aroma – fruity, aromatic and delicate. Dessert – sweet with a slight tang. Culinary – N/A Cider - useful in blends. Juice – pink, rather bland, best served chilled.
Devonshire Buckland A vigorous tree producing crisp, sharp apples of good flavour. Tends to biennial cropping. disease – scab resistant flowering period – early May blossom features cropping – moderate shape – flat round, medium size. skin – dull, pale yellowish green very few grey lenticels, slight russet around stem basin, light red flush covering a third. flesh – greenish white and crisp flavour – sharp and aromatic aroma – aromatic dessert – sharp and aromatic culinary – cooks to a lemon puree of good texture and becomes sweeter when cooked cider - not usually used juice - not tested yet
Devonshire Quarrenden Flowering Period: 2
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet subacid Dessert
Devonshire Red
Dons Delight moderate vigour, upright, spreading, annual bearer disease resistance –scab and canker resistant flowering period - mid blossom - crop - shape – round conical, ribbed, very large in size. skin – smooth, yellow with small lenticels, slight russet, pink/orange short stripes flush usually over more than a third flesh – crisp greenish/white flavour – mildly acid aroma - slight dessert – N/A culinary – mildly acid flavour cider - N/A juice flavour - not tested yet.
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