A list of the fruits
Name Growth Char Fruit Uses
Chacewater Longstem
Cheddar Cross Moderately vigorous tree. A cross between Allington Pippin and Star of Devon. Flowering Period: 1
Disease Resistance: Very resistant to scab but prone to mildew
Medium, flat round fruit. Cream with dark pink stripes and russeting Subacid Dessert
Chisel Jersey
Colemans Seedling Flowering Period: Mid
Diesease Resistance: Resistant to scab A heavy cropper
Sharp Cider
Colloget Pippin Moderately vigorous tree Flowering Period: Early to mid
Disease Resistance: Very resistant to scab producing apples, flushed and striped red.
large, yellow/green. Sharp A soft apple that will not keep very long. Culinary: Cooks to a brisk golden puree. Cider:Produces a light dry cider.
Cornish Aromatic Moderate growth, can be biennial disease resistance – good scab and canker resistance flowering period - 4 blossom - crop - moderate shape - conical size - medium to large skin - rough yellow with red flush over two thirds, large russet patches, russet lenticels flesh – white and crisp flavour – sweet, sub acid, nutty and aromatic. Often excellent if dry, but can sometimes be chewy and flavourless, possibly in wet cloudy summers aroma - aromatic Dessert – sweet and nutty, very juicy Culinary – N/A Cider – not normally used Juice – light and refreshing flavour
Cornish Garden Cooker
Cornish Gilliflower Flowering Period: 4
Disease Resistance: Some scab resistance but susceptible to canker. Partial tip bearer.
A very distinctive oblong-conical shaped apple Sweet, intensely aromatic and rich. Becomes flowery with age Dessert
Cornish Honeypin Vigorous trees Flowering Period: 3
Disease Resistance: Scab resistant
predominantly yellow apples. Very sweet soft flesh. Dessert
Cornish Longstem A small, hard, greenish-yellow apple. Not the best of cooking apples for flavour, but worth having in the orchard because of its excellent keeping qualities. Flowering Period: Mid to late
Disease Resistance: Very resistant to scab
Sharp Culinary
Cornish Mother A very old variety, possibly one of the parents of American Mother. Flowering Period: 3 Sweet Dessert
Cornish Pine Moderate to vigorous growth, upright, spreading, annual bearer Flowering Period: Early May, Disease Resistance: Some scab resistance Crop – moderate to shy Blossom - Pretty delicate blossom shape – round conical, sometimes square, ribbed, size - very large. skin –yellow/green, dry, smooth and shiny, few small lenticels, slight russet around stem, spreading,dark red diffuse flush, usually over a third. flesh – yellowish/greenish, crisp becoming soft flavour – sweet and aromatic aroma - delicate Sweet, rich, slightly subacid soft flesh Dessert, Sweet and aromatic. Also used for juice.
Cornish Russet
Cornish Wine Apple
Cotehele Beauty
Court of Wick The tree is vigorous, healthy and crops reliably. Once very popular. Flowering Period: 4
Disease Resistance: Very resistant to scab and resistant to canker
A very good multi purpose high quality apple. Sub acid and rich Dessert:Good for juicing Culinary: A very good cooker. Cider:
Court Royal Vigorous, spreading tree. Flowering Period: 2
Disease Resistance: Scab resistant but prone to canker Crop - Good cropper but tends to be biennial. Slow to start fruiting.
Size - large 55-65mm Shape, conical lopsided. stem - short thick cavity shallow, wide. Eye - basin ribbed, deep open, sepals upright, open. Skin – smooth sticky dull yellow/green colour, flush always >third pink/orange, bright red diffuse flecked short stripes. Lenticels - grey, large, conspicuous. Russet - spreading round stem, slight. Flesh – White tinged green. Taste - sweet/honey, tangy. Texture - crisp, juicy, fine. Aroma – slight Dessert: Culinary: Cider: Vintage quality, fast fermenting, sweet juice, producing a light cider. Juice: Sharp slightly sweet yellow fresh aroma.
Crimson King Vigorous tree. Flowering Period: 3
Disease Resistance: Resistant to scab and resistant to canker.
Medium-large apple, yellow, flushed with vivid crimson when ripe. White flesh, juicy, sharp and crisp. Medium Sharp Culinary Cider:Vintage quality, producing a light fruity cider.
Crimson Victoria Flowering Period: Early to mid
Diesease Resistance: Scab resistant
Cider
Dabinett Rather small, twiggy tree, Heavy cropping and shade tolerant. Flowering Period: Late
Disease Resistance: Some scab resistance
Small/medium fruit that is greenish-yellow, flushed dull red stripes. Medium Bittersweet Cider: A vintage quality, producing a full bodied cider.
Devon Crimson Queen Moderate, upright, spreading, growth. Annual bearer. Disease resistance – prone to canker, some scab resistance Flowering period – late April early May Blossom - Crop – Heavy, consistent Shape –flat round, ribbed, medium to large size. Skin – yellow/green, complete dark red, with large prominent grey lenticels, slight russet around stem or eye, short and flecked flush with grey bloom. Tough skin Stem – very short, eye - closed Flesh – greenish, crisp juicy and stained red. becoming softer and sweeter with age. 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 Tends to biennial crop. disease – Some scab resistance 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 Moderate growth, upright, spreading, biennial bearer, Disease resistance –prone to canker,some scab resistance, Flowering period – late April to early May blossom - susceptible to late spring frosts. Crop – heavy every other year Flowering Period: 2
Shape –flat round and small/medium in size. Skin – greasy, pale yellowish green with brown lenticels. Brownish purple flush with dark crimson stripes, slight bloom. Becomes greasy. Some russet around stem basin Flesh – greenish white, crisp and juicy, but soon goes soft Flavour –sweet/sharp with a distinctive fresh strawberry/winey taste aroma - aromatic Dessert: Eat straight off the tree. Sweet/sharp with a distinctive fresh strawberry/winey taste Culinary: N/A Cider: Good in an early blend Juice: Pleasant, sweet with a slight tang, tinged pink
Devonshire Red
Dons Delight moderate vigour, upright, spreading, annual bearer disease resistance – Some scab and canker resistance 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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