Gardeners' World - - Apples -

DERBYSHIRE ‘New­ton Won­der’ Red-green skin. Cooks to a creamy puree. Later in the sea­son make a tangy eat­ing ap­ple – good in savoury sal­ads. DC

HERE­FORD­SHIRE ‘Tilling­ton Court’ Yel­low skin with a scar­let flush and streaks. Juicy, with a yel­low, sharp-flavoured flesh. DC

LE­ICES­TER­SHIRE ‘Mar­riage­maker’ This is a great name, hint­ing at our pa­gan past. It has red-flushed skin and sweet, firm and juicy flesh. D

NORTHAMPTONSHIRE ‘Lord Burgh­ley’ Dark-red, flushed skin and aro­matic flesh. D

SHROPSHIRE ‘Down­ton Pip­pin’ Small lemon-yel­low skin. Crisp and juicy with an in­tense al­most cidery tang. DC

WORCESTERSHIRE ‘Worces­ter Pear­main’ Bright red skin. Firm, densely sweet flesh that has a straw­berry flavour. D

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