Green Roland

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking & Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1946

Description or History of the Variety

Raised in Norfolk.

Grenadier

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1862

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by nurseryman Charles Turner and exhibited at the Great Exhibition at Crystal Palace in 1863. A cooking variety, largely replaced by Bramley's.

Golden Spire

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1850

Description or History of the Variety

Cider apple variety from Lancashire widely used in the 1890's as a decorative variety along footpaths and open woodland

Great Expectations

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1945

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by Mr A. Nobbs in Bearsted, Kent. An attractive red apple

Greasy Pippin

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1959

Description or History of the Variety

Raised in Ballinamallord, County Fermanagh, Ireland. An apple with an unusually greasy skin, often used as a pollinator in Bramley Apple Orchards in ireland.

Grantonian

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1883

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by J.R. Pearson in Nottingham

Green Rowlland

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1946

Description or History of the Variety

An apple from Norfolk, which was very popular during the last war as a cooking apple when sugar was scarce as it has a very sweet taste when cooked.

Green Kilpandy Pippin

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1949

Description or History of the Variety

From Tyninghame Gardens, East Lothian, Scotland.

Greensleeves

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1966

Description or History of the Variety

Raised by Dr F. Alston in Kent. A taste something between a Golden delicious and a James Grieve - a fairly popular garden apple

Hawthornden

Variety Details

Apple Type: Cooking

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1780

Description or History of the Variety

A Scottish variety named after the birthplace of the 16th Century peot Drummond. A popular market garden cooking apple grown around London and Kent.