EAST ANGLIA

Gardeners' World - - Apples -

CAMBRIDGESHIRE ‘Chivers De­light’ Re­sem­bles a Cox’s Orange Pip­pin. Dense, crisp flesh with a sharp and hon­eyed flavour. D

ES­SEX ‘Dis­cov­ery’ A red ap­ple with a creamy, pale-yel­low flesh. It has quite a sharp fin­ish that stays crisper for longer than most other early ap­ples. D

NORFOLK ‘Adams’s Pear­main’ A con­i­cal fruit with red patches and stripes over yel­low skin. When first ripe, it tastes rich, lemony and sweet, then de­vel­ops a dry, nutty flavour. D

SUF­FOLK ‘Saint Ed­mund’s Pip­pin’ A mid-sea­son, gold­en­brown ap­ple with sweet and rich flesh. Good crop­per. D

SUR­REY ‘Harry Pring’ Red-flushed skin with an al­most savoury taste. D

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