A list of the fruits
Name Growth Char Fruit Uses
Pascoes Pippin Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet/sharp Dessert/Culinary
Payhembury Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Culinary/cider
Pear Apple Medium height, upright, moderate growth. Pest and disease resistance – some scab Flowering period 1/2 early, late April Blossom – pale pink with darker outer petals Cropping – moderate, often biannual Shape – Reverse pear, long, large. Skin – Dry becoming waxy very quickly. Yellow/ green colour with small grey lenticels. Russet on stem or eye only. Flush, usually a trace, diffuse pink/orange. Flesh – Crisp and tender, creamy. Yellowish colour, skin tough/chewy and bitter Flavour – sweet, fruity with a tang when just ripe. Aroma – pear scented, fruity. Dessert – sweet, goes woolly quickly. Culinary – N/A (cooks to a pale yellow fluff, good for baking.) Juice – pleasant (best made just after picking) sweet if made after some storage. Yellow in colour, slightly scented. Cider – light, useful with other early apples.
Pendragon Flowering Period: Early
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Dessert/culinary/cider
Peter Lock Flowering Period: 2
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sweet/aromatic Dessert/Culinary
Pig Snout Flowering Period: Early to mid
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sweet/sharp Dessert/culinary/cider
Pigs Nose Flowering Period: 3 Sweet/Sharp Dessert
Pigs Nose (type III) Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sweet/sharp Dessert
Plum Vite A tall, spreading and vigorous tree. Annual bearer,prone to canker. Flowering period 1/2, early May. Pale pink blossom with darker pink buds. Good crop size. Shape - medium size, round, cylindrical. Skin - smooth, yellow/green colour with large grey lenticels. Russet mainly stem area, but occasionally spreading. Flush usual, pink/orange, diffuse. Flesh - soft, fine texture, white in colour and very juicy. Dessert. Flavour –sweet and vinous, thin. Juice. Flavour – sharp/tangy, citrusy, refreshing, thin. Probably needs a good, hot summer to be fully appreciated. Cider Useful as an early sharp cider.
Plympton Pippin Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Subacid Culinary
Poltimore Seedling Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Culinary
Pomeroy of Somerset Flowering Period: 3
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Dessert
Ponsford Flowering Period: 3
Scab resistant and moderate resistance to canker
Flavour: Sharp Culinary / Cider
Quarry Apple Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Culinary
Queens Flowering Period: Early to mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Dessert
Quench Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Dessert
Red Rattler Flowering Period: Early
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sweet Dessert
Red Roller Flowering Period: Early to mid Sweet Dessert
Red Ruby Flowering Period: Mid to late
Diesease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sweet Dessert
Reverend McCormick Shape – large 55-65mm flat round conical, slightly ribbed, pronounced Skin – rough, dry, dull, pale yellow/green. Lenticels – brown, large conspicuous. Russet – slight, eye only, spreading. Stem – thick medium, projecting slightly. Basin – deep, wide. Eye – ribbed, closed sepals. Calyx – closed green reflexed tips. Flush – frequent, more than a third, short stripes. Flesh – juicy, firm, creamy, tough skin, sweet, fresh, tangy. Aroma – slight, refreshing aromatic. Uses – Dessert – sweet slightly sharp. Culinary – N/A Cider – not usually Juice – Sweet/sharp very yellow clear
Royal Somerset Flowering Period: Mid to late
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Juicy, sweet Culinary/cider
Royal Wilding Flowering Period: Early Bittersweet Cider
Sercombes Natural Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Mild Bittersweet Cider
Sheeps Nose No 3 Flowering Period: Mid to late Mild sharp Cider/culinary
Slack ma Girdle Flowering Period: 2
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Sweet Cider/dessert
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