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Gardeners' World - - Apples -

BEDFORDSHIRE ‘Lord Lam­bourne’ Red-flushed skin, with firm, creamy white, juicy and aro­matic flesh. D

BERKSHIRE ‘John Stan­dish’ A mid-sea­son ap­ple, with scar­let stripes on pale-yel­low skin. Firm, crisp flesh, with in­tense flavour. D

BERKSHIRE ‘Rev­erend W. Wilks’ Yel­lowy-green skin (some­times with rasp­berry stripes). Sweet and sharp flavour, good for purées and bak­ing. C

BUCK­ING­HAMSHIRE ‘Cox’s Orange Pip­pin’ Red-tinted fruit with firm, juicy flesh. Ex­cel­lent aro­matic and com­plex flavour. D

KENT ‘Fal­staff’ A mod­ern ap­ple (late 20th cen­tury) with red-flushed green skin and crisp, juicy flesh. DC

SUS­SEX ‘Forge’ A mid-sea­son pro­lific fruiter with at­trac­tive stripes and a rich flavour. Stores well. DC

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