Monarch

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1888

Description or History of the Variety

Raised in Boredom, Essex. A very popular cooking variety during the war as it needed little sugar to taste. Commonly found in gardens around Essex and London.

Moss’s Seedling

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1955

Description or History of the Variety

Raised in Newport Shropshire

Mrs Phillimore

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1896

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by Charles Ross at Welford Park, Newbury, Berkshire. Bold, red striped apple.

Murfitt’s Seedling

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1884

Description or History of the Variety

From Huntingdon, Cambridge and quite popular in the local area

Nanny

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1875

Description or History of the Variety

From either West sussex or Surrey - a large, sweet eating apple

Nelson’s Favourite

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1958

Description or History of the Variety

From Kendal, Cumbria. A good cooking apple.

New Rock Pippin

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1821

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by William Pleasance in Barnwell, Cambridge. An very good eating apple with plenty of flavour.

Nonsuch Park

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1831

Description or History of the Variety

A russet appearance with a resemblance to a Golden Pippin

No Pip

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1913

Description or History of the Variety

Raised in Chudleigh, Devon, an apple that rarely sets seed, often has no pips and has little flavour