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Resembles McIntosh in taste, appearance, shape, and flesh. Slightly firmer than McIntosh. Aceymac may be Spartan with new name.
Classic Victorian 'pearmain' shape apple with a nutty sweet flavour.
Medium-sized, yellow-green underecolor with striped red wash. Good dessert quality. The apple name, Adanac, is Canada spelled backwards.
A red-fleshed apple variety from the USA, sometimes known as Hidden Rose® or Aerlies Red Flesh.
One of the best early-season apples, better known in the USA than Europe, but would appeal to European tastes too.
An heirloom apple variety from Sweden, quite widely grown in Scandanavia, very handsome fruit.
A red skinned form of Gravenstein.
A synonym for Newtown Pippin.
An English (possibly Scottish) culinary apple, thought to have originated in the 1920s.
An old and attractive culinary apple, cooks to a puree.
A large traditional English cooking apple.
A very attractive early Cox-style apple, slightly sharper than Cox, sometimes known as Early Windsor.
An old russeted variety from Ireland, and as the name suggests, a good keeper.
A versatile English apple, with a strong pineapple-like flavour, useful for both cooking and eating.
A red-fleshed apple variety.
A sweet modern apple variety from western Canada, quite similar to Golden Delicious. Discovered as a chance seedling in an orchard in British Columbia.
A synonym for Mother.
An excellent early eating apple, also good for cooking. Medium size, yellow-green fruit is flushed and streaked red to purple red. Sweet, very juicy flesh.
An attractive small yellow apple, with a pineapple-like flavour. Popular in northern Europe.
A very early season Golden Delicious style apple variety from Israel, noted for its very low chill requirement of less than 300 hours.
A popular English culinary apple, which keeps its shape when cooked.
A popular small green culinary apple variety from Russia. Also of importance as a rootstock because of its ability to tolerate extreme cold.
A culinary apple from the Ukraine, possibly a more colored form of Antonovka.
A synonym for Lady Apple.
Very unusual oblate (flattened) shape looking like a rounded star from the end. A little larger than the Lady apple. Excellent flavor - aromatic with sufficient acid and a sweet fruity taste.
An unusual and little-known apple variety noted for its apricot-like flavor.
An old apple variety from Ireland, with a flavor reminiscent of bananas.
A modern French dessert apple variety, with built-in resistance to scab. Ariane is an attractive red/yellow colour and has a pleasant mild apple flavour.
A long-keeping tart apple from Arkansas, USA - which goes almost black in storage.
A sweet mid-season dessert apple, developed in Switzerland and related to Golden Delicious.
An attractive yellow/green apple with some red/orange flush. Shares its name with an old Gloucestershire (UK) pear variety.
A modern apple from Sweden, developed during the 1950s.
A high quality russet-style variety, sharper than Egremont Russet, with a rich flavour and occasionally a hint of lemon.
A well-known early season culinary apple. Cooks to a sweet puree. Grows easily in most situations.
An attractive and popular mid-season culinary apple, very versatile in the kitchen, cooks to a puree.
A very old apple variety, with a drab appearance which belies a unique peardrop flavour. Ashmead's Kernel is also one of very small number of English apple varieties that also thrives in North America.
Bright red blush over yellow-green. Keeps better than Golden Delicious.