Keswick Codlin

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1793

Description or History of the Variety

Found on a rubbish dump at Gleaston Castle, Ulverston, Lancashire. One of the most popular cooking apples of the 19th century. A pale green fruit.

Kerry Pippin

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1802

Description or History of the Variety

First recorded in Ireland and sent to London in 1820 by John Robertson of Kilkenny. Small rich fruity flavour .

Kentish Quarrenden

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1931

Description or History of the Variety

Distinct dark marron apple with a sweet nutty taste.

Kentish Fillbasket

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1820

Description or History of the Variety

large red stripped apple

kennith

Variety Details

Variety Name: Kenneth

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1920

Description or History of the Variety

raised by Kennith McCreadie in Ryl, Wales - a tasty but dull looking apple

Kemp

Variety Details

Variety Name: Kemp

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1837

Description or History of the Variety

First recorded in Ireland, probably Ulster. This is an early cooking apple with a sharp taste if eaten uncooked but with a sweet flavour once cooked.

Keed’s Cottage

Variety Details

Variety Name: Keed's Cottage

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1947

Description or History of the Variety

Mid Season Eating Apple- recorded growing at Jessamine Cottage, Pulborough, Sussex, UK