We have no reference to many of the names on the list and a few of them

appear to be corruptions of known varieties. ie.- Sterma (Sturmer

Pippin), Raymer (Rymer), Bunkum (Buncombe), Ben Davies Seedling (Ben

Davis), North Spice (Northern Spy), Stirmers (Sturmer Pippin) and Lodon

Pippin (London Pippin). Therefore, though many of the names on the list

are correctly spelt, we can't be sure of all of the names of the ones

that we have no reference to. However, it is still a very valuable

reference.

 

Some of the old catalogues and books give descriptions of colour and the

following, taken from "The Australian Fruit Culturlist" by Creighton,

thought to be 1891 may be of assistance in understanding descriptions-

 

Striped- When there are alternate broad lines of colour.

Streaked- When the lines are long and narrow

Blotched- When there are broad and abrupt markings.

Splashed- When the coloured markings are narrow and much broken.

Stained- When the markings are of a light shade and broken.

Marbled- When the stripes are wide, irregular and faint.

Clouded- When there are broad blotches of colour showing faintly.

Mottled- When the skin is thickly and irregularly covered with faint

dots.

Dotted- When there are more or less dots upon the skin.

Spotted When the dots are large.

 

ABAS Good quality eating apple, matures late January and throughout

February. Bi-annual bearer.

 

ABRAM

 

ADAMS PEARMAIN Brought to notice in 1826 by R.Adams, Herefordshire,

England. Late, good quality eating apple. Flesh pale yellow juicy with

a pleasant aromatic flavour

 

ADVANCE

 

AKANE [Pettys]

 

AKI-FU NO 1

 

ALBANY BEAUTY [Pettys]

 

ALEXANDER Thought to be a Ukrainian apple known in 1700's (Bultitude).

Large uniform conical fruit, greenish yellow, streaked and splashed with

red. Yellowish white flesh is coarse, tender, juicy and mildly sub-acid.

for culinary and cooking use, not a good keeper. [Pettys]

 

ALFRISTON Sussex England, probably late 1700's. First class cooking

apple, very large: very late. [Goodmans1914] Large green, heavy bearer.

Good bearer and early market {Brunnings1942} Note the difference in

ripening times and also that the collection of apples at Burnley lists

Alfriston in brackets with (True) after it. There may be one or more

false Alfristons in circulation dating from last century.

[Pettys]

 

ALFRISTON (TRUE)

 

ALLINGTON PIPPIN Raised by Thomas Laston, Lincolnshire, England before

1884. Medium-large apple with juicy rather acid flesh with distinct

aromatic flavour.

 

ALLSOP'S EARLY

 

AMERICAN MOTHER A first rate American apple. May [Pettys]

 

AMERICAN SUMMER PEARMAIN (Sometimes called Sunset) [F1, V1] A rich and

highly flavoured fruit of medium size; flesh yellow; remarkably tender;

with a pleasant and rich flavour. Early Whereabouts unknown

[Goodmans1914] According to Bob Magnus may be the Summer Pearmain

at GRS which Bob says is a fantastic apple

 

ANANAS ROUGE (see Roter Ananas)

 

ANANAS PIPPIN

 

ANDRE SAUVAGE [Pettys]

 

ANTOINETTE

 

ANTONOVOKA KAMENIOHKA

 

ANTONOVKA POULUTOROFUNTOVAYA

 

APORTA (syn Emp. Alexandra)

 

ARCHDUCHESS SOPHIE

 

ATALANTA

 

AUTUMN PEARMAIN Sold by David Phelan from the Dargo store about 1880.

 

BABBIT

 

BAILLY VARIN

 

BALDWIN U.S.A. about 1870. First class desert; late. [Goodmans1906]. A

variety with a high vitamin C content ("Carrots love Tomatoes" Louise

Riotte)[Pettys]

 

BALLARAT See Stewart's Seedling

 

BARNARK BEAUTY

 

BARRY [Goodmans1914] [Pettys]

 

BASHFORD An apple of recent introduction. Ripens same time as

Jonathon. Is a better colour, and will keep for six months after being

picked. Whereabouts unknown [Goodmans1914]

 

BASHFORD

 

BATLOW BONZA See Bonza

 

BATMANS TREE John Batman planted an orchard before his death in 1839 on

land he owned where part of Melbourne is now situated. Tree is believed

to be one of a number of seedlings from Batmans bought by Frederic

Flintoff for 1 pound each. Flintoff supposedly planted the seedlings on

his Greensborough property. The tree was struck by lightning in 1920.

(ref Sun 29/7/'88). Recommended for planting where lightning resistance

is required. [Pettys]

 

BEAUMANN'S RED WINTER REINETTE Exceedingly handsome; late.

[Goodmans1906]

 

BAUMANN'S REINETTE

 

BEACON

 

BEAUTY OF BATH Originated near Bath, England about 1864. Distinctly

flat well coloured mottled appearance. One of the earliest apples.

 

BEAUTY OF STOKE England 1889. [Pettys]

 

BEC D'OIE [Pettys]

 

BEDFORD PIPPIN CROSS [Pettys]

 

BEDFORDSHIRE FOUNDLING Probably England about 1800. Large angular

cooking apple. [Pettys].

 

BEDON

 

BEDON DES PARTS

 

BELL CACHEUSE

 

BELLE AGATHE

 

BELLE DE BOSKOOP 1856. Flesh pale cream, tinged green, slightly sweet

and moderately acid.

 

BELLE DE BOUNTIENY

 

BELLE DE MAGNY

 

BELLE PONT DECHAISSE

 

BENWELLS LARGE

 

BERNER ROSEN Switzerland 1888 [Pettys]

 

BERT'S CHOICE

 

BESS POOL Nottinghamshire England, 1824. Late keeping dessert apple.

Suitable to areas subjected to late frosts because it flowers later than

many other varieties. Flesh rather dry with sweet pleasant flavour.

[Pettys]

 

BISMARK Origin variously reported as either Carisbrooke Victoria,

Bismark Tasmania or Canterbury New Zealand. Grown by Michael Landy of

Hopville, Briagolong in the 1800's and shipped to England without cool

storage. Flesh white with a slightly green tinge, firm fine textured

and juicy with acid flavour. Cooks well.

 

Information wanted regards the possibility of there being two "Bismarks",

Prince Bismark, a very large red apple and Bismark, a smaller apple with

good keeping qualities.

 

BLACK COAL

 

BLACK CROFTON See Crofton

 

BLACK DEMOCRAT See under Democrat.

 

BLACK STAYMAN (Also known as Blaxtayman)

 

BLACK TAUNTON (See Kingston Black)

 

BLACK WINESAP

 

BLANCHARD

 

BLANCHE

 

BLENHEIM ORANGE Discovered about 1740 near Blenheim, England. Rich

characteristic flavour, dual purpose. Mid season. Also known as

Woodstock Pippin [Downings] [Pettys]

 

BLENHEIM ORANGE PIPPIN

 

BLENHEIM PIPPIN Also known as Blenheim Orange [Downings]

 

BLENHEIM

 

BLUE PEARMAIN America early 1800's. Dual purpose mid-season apple.

Flesh pale yellow with rather soft, coarse texture. Sweet with pleasant

aromatic flavour. [Pettys]

 

BONDI

 

BONDY

 

BONDS SELECTION

 

BONNE HOTTURE

 

BONZA A good flavoured, good keeping large red apple that looks like a

Jonathon; large red [Pettys]

 

BOROVITSKY (See also Dutchess of Oldenburg)

 

BOSKOOP (See Belle de Boskoop)

 

BOSWELL

 

BOYS DELIGHT

 

BRABANT BELLE FLEUR

 

BRABANT BELLE-FLUER

 

BRABRANT BELLE FLEUR

 

BRABRENT BELLE FLEUR

 

BRABRENT BELLEFLEUR

 

BRABENT BELLEFLOWER .

 

BRAEBURN

 

BRAMLEY SEEDLING England 1809-1813 Large to very large apple,

somewhat flattened in shape. Most popular cooking apple grown in UK. Mid

season. [Pettys]

 

BRAMLEY'S SEEDLING

 

BROMLEY'S SEEDLING

 

BRANDY APPLE See Golden Harvey

 

BREAKWELLS SEEDLING [Pettys].

 

BRITCHEL

 

BRITTLE SWEET [Pettys]

 

BROWN

 

BROWN SNOUT

 

BROWN'S APPLE

 

BROWNS PIPPIN [Pettys]

 

BROWN'S PIPPIN

 

BROWNLEE'S RUSSET England 1848. An excellent late apple,

dessert or cooking [Goodmans1906]

 

BROWN'S SEEDLING

 

BULLOCK'S SEEDLING See Golden Harvey

 

BULMERS NORMAN Cider apple. [Pettys]

 

BULMER'S NORMAN

 

BUNCOMBE Striped and handsome, also known as Red Winter Pearman/

Pearmain: late [Goodmans1906]

BURWOOD

 

BUSHY GROVE England 1897. White very soft flesh that breaks up

completely when cooked. Possibly early.[Pettys]

 

BUTTERS EARLY RED Sometimes stated to be the same apple as Tasman Pride but GRS suggest, from observations of the two apples at GRS that they are similar but different apples.

 

CALVANTE BLANC

 

CALVILLE DE SAINT SAUVEUR

 

CALVILLE FLAGOLET

 

CALVILLE ROUGE D'ETE

 

CALVILLE ROUGE D'HIVER

 

CALWELLS KEEPER (Rymer?)

 

CAPPER'S PEARMAIN

 

CARDINAL

 

CARIBALDIA (Giribaldia)- (Garibaldia?)

 

CAROLINA (Joaneting, Nickajack) England, pre 1600. One of the earliest

apples, ripening in late December; A small green-yellow apple that is

not a good keeper

 

CAROLINA RED JUNE Scion donated by Mrs Cox, Pomonal

 

CAROLINE

 

CAROLINE AUGUST

 

CAROLINE AUGUSTE

 

CARRINGTON

 

CARRINGTON, EARLY

 

CARROWAY RUSSET (See Fenouillet Gris)

 

CASTLE MAJOR

 

CATSHEAD England pre 1600's. Very large cooking apple. Coarse

textured, rather dry and sub-acid.

 

CAT'S HEAD

 

CAYUGA [Pettys]

 

CELLINI England, about 1828. A first class apple, dessert or cooking:

autumn [Goodmans1906] [Pettys]

 

CELLIN ?

 

CHAMP-GAILLARD

 

CHAMPS GAILLAIRD

 

CHANDLER Very late, good keeper [Goodmans1906]

Scion donated 1994 by Mr R Waring, Mininera.

CHATAIGNIER

 

CHENANGO STRAWBERRY

 

CHENARGO STRAWBERRY

 

CIMETIERE DU PAYS

 

CLARK

 

CLAYTON

 

CLEOPATRA (See Ortley) America pre 1817. Medium-large apple with tender

very juicy flesh and good flavour. [Pettys]

 

CLIMAX Fruit is above medium sizeand roundish, skin clear waxy

yellow, streaked and dotted on the sunny side with lovely crimson; flesh

yellow, crisp and juicy, of honeyed sweetness. Season of ripening

between Irish Peach and Gravenstein, thus forming a valuable succession.

Blight proof. [Pettys]

 

CLOUD

 

CLOSETTE

 

COLD STREAM

 

COLDSTREAM

 

COLD STEAM GUARD

 

COLDSTREAM GUARD

 

COLONEL VAUGHAN (Kentish Pippin)

 

CONTUREE

 

CORAL CRAB

 

CORAL

 

CORNISH AROMATIC Cornwell England 1813. High quality eating apple with

rich aromatic flavour. (Bultitude)

 

CORNISH GILLIFLOWER A first-rate dessert apple. March-May

{Frogmore1875}

 

CORONATION

 

CORTLAND

 

COSSAM

 

COURT OF WICK

 

COURT PENDU DOUX

 

COURT PENDU PLAT Latish apple of pleasant flavour.

 

COURT PENDU ROUGE (Court Pendu Plat)

 

COURT PENDU PLAIT ?

 

COWELL Striped. Realises high prices when well grown. Good bearer.

Ripens before Gravenstein. {Brunnings1942}

 

COWELLS RED

 

COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN Seedling from Ribston Pippin originating in

England1825-1830. Thin, tough, smooth, dull orange-red skin. Flesh

yellow, firm, tender, very juicy.

 has six sports of Cox's Orange Pippin.

 

COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN RED

 

COX'S ORANGE PIPPIN, STRIPED

 

COX'S POMANA England 1825. Said to be sister seedling to Cox's Orange

Pippin. Cooking apple of distinctly flattened shape and quite highly

coloured. (Bultitude)

 

CRANBERRY PIPPIN

 

CREMIERE

 

CRISPIN (See Mutsu)

 

CROFTON

 

CROFTON PEARMAIN

 

CROFTON BLACK

 

CROFTON CRIMSON

 

CROFTON EARLY

 

CROFTON ORANGE

 

CROFTON RED as four sports of Crofton Red.

 

CROFTON STRIPED

 

CROTIN (=Crotin=Foundling?)

 

CROWS EGG (Late Wine )Heavy bearer, fine colour; late

[Goodmans1906]

 

CROYDEN

 

CRYSTAL

 

DABINETT

 

DAUX AMER GRIS

 

DE BLANQUIER

 

DE BOUTEVILLE

 

DE LA PLACE

 

DE L'ESTRE

 

DELICIOUS Discovered as a shoot growing from a root stock about 1880,

Iowa USA. has 15 Delicious Apples.

 

DELICIOUS, GLEN VINEY

 

DELICIOUS, HAROLD RED

 

DELICIOUS, HI EARLY

 

DELICIOUS, LALLA

 

DELICIOUS, MYERS

 

DELICIOUS, RED

 

DELICIOUS, RICHARED

 

DELICIOUS ROYAL RED

 

DELICIOUS ROYDEN RED

 

DELICIOUS STARKRIMSON

 

DELTA SEEDLING (EGOAA 1991) A seedling apple growing on the side of the

road near the Delta Bridge, Briagolong. Probably Irish Peach seedling.

Very good early apple.

 

DEMOCRAT Found about 1900 growing in an orchard in Tasmania. Handsome

dessert apple. Flesh white, tinged green and very firm. Coarse textured

and juicy but lacking flavour. Good keeper (Bultitude)[Pettys]

 

DEMOCRAT (J Sharpe)

 

DEMOCRAT (Tate)

 

DEMOCRAT (BLACK)[Pettys].

 

DEMOCRAT (EARLY) [Pettys]

 

DES BOVEURS

 

DESERT GOLD Similar form to Delicious, without the crowns; most

attractive. A beautiful golden yellow. {Brunnings1942}

 

DEVONSHIRE QUARRENDON First recorded in 1678. Very highly coloured

apple; early. [Goodmans1906] Very early apple

 

DEVONSHIRE QUARRENDEN

DEVONSHIRE QUARRENDON

 

DEVONSHIRE STUBBART (Court Pendu Plat?? {Frogmore1875})

 

DEWDNEYS SEEDLING England 1850. Very large apple with greenish white

flesh, moderately firm and juicy. Cooking apple. [Pettys].

 

DAIDOM

 

DISCOVERY

 

DIXHUIT ONZ

 

DOBINETT [Pettys]

 

DOCTOR HOGG

 

DR HOGG Large, very handsome, kitchen or dessert, and a first class

keeper [Goodmans1906]

 

DOUGHERTY (Improved Yates) Medium size, almost covered with bright red,

a very fine dessert apple; good bearer. [Goodmans1914]

 

DOUX AMER GRIS

 

DOUX AUX VESPERS

 

DUCHESS D' OLDENBURGH First class for dessert or cooking: early

[Goodmans1906]. Also known as Borowinka apple (Malus borowinka) Fruit

medium size, regularly formed, obate. Skin streaked on a golden/yellow

background. [Downings]

 

DUCHESS OF OLDENBURG

 

DUTCHESS D' OLDENBOURGE ?

 

DUKE OF CLARENCE A very well known apple in Tasmania. Useful dessert.

Dark red and good for early shipping. [Goodmans1914]

 

DUMELOW'S SEEDLING Leicestershire, England 1800. A first class

culinary apple: late [Goodmans1906]

 

DUMELOW ?

 

DUNN'S FAVOURITE Good export variety, hardy. A popular favourite in

Northern Victoria and Western Australia. Light waxy green, changing to

yellow, often with a blush. {Brunnings1942}

 

DUNN'S SEEDLING

 

DUNNIS SEEDLING (Dunns?) [Pettys]

 

DUQUESNE

 

EARLIBLAZE (See Stark Earliblaze)

 

EARLIDEL

 

EARLY CARRINGTON

 

EARLY CROFTON

 

EARLY CROFTON (Irish Peach)

 

EARLY JOE New York: pre 1880 [Downings]

 

EARLY MARGARET The earliest apple grown, good color [Goodmans1906]

 

EARLY RED MARGARET

 

EARLY MCINTOSH

 

EARLY STRAWBERRY Good early eating apple [Downings]

 

EARLY VICTORIA England 1899 Very early variety of cooking apple with

tendency towards biennial bearing Also known as Enmeth Early. ,

[Pettys]

 

ECHINVILLE (Evazell Van Houtte??) (Cooking?) This well known

old variety needs scarcely any comment; it is one of the earliest

cooking apples grown; it is a large apple and abundant bearer. January.

{Frogmore1875}

 

ECHLINVILLE SEEDLING

 

ERSKINVILLE

 

EDNA MAY Dessert apple of Gippsland origin. Grand color and good

keeper. Raised by H. H. Wicks Esq.

 

EDWARD VIII (V11?)

 

EDWARD VII [Pettys].

 

EDWARD THE SEVENTH

 

EDWARDS CORONATION (See Coronation) [Pettys],

 

EGLETON STYRE

 

EGREMONT RUSSETT

 

ELDON PIPPIN

 

ELISE RATHKE

ELLISONS ORANGE [Pettys]

 

ELLISONS SEEDLING

 

EMNETH (EARLY). (Syn Early Victoria)

 

EMPEROR (See Emperor Alexander, Alexander)

 

EMPEROR ALEXANDER Very large culinary apple; early. [Goodmans1906] Also

known as Alexander.

 

EMPEROR WILLIAM (=Kaiser Wilhelm?)

 

ENGLAND'S GLORY (Gasciogne Scarlet) Tree vigorous and very productive;

a beautiful red cheeked apple for dessert. [Goodmans1914]

 

ENGLISH RUSSET

 

ERZHERZOGIN SOPHIE

 

ESOPUS SPITZENBURGH Clear yellow and brilliant red, very rich in

flavor, good bearer, and a first class eating apple [Goodmans1906]

[Pettys]

 

FAMEUSE Canada pre 1730. Also known as Snow apple. Small apple of

excellent flavour (Bultitude)

 

FAMEUSE RED

 

FENOUILLET GRIS

 

FINSONS ORANGE

 

FIVE CROWN/LONDON PIPPIN Medium size, yellow, heavy cropper and almost

blight proof; one of the best export apples [Goodmans1906]

 

FLEINER DU ROI

 

FORFAR PIPPIN [Pettys]

 

FORGE (George the 4th? {Frogmore1875}) 1851 England. Small dessert

apple. Flesh crisp and very juicy with pleasant aromatic flavour.

(Bultitude)

 

FORTUNE

 

FORTUNE, RED

 

FRENCH CRAB Probable French origin and brought to England at end of

1700's. A very late, excellent keeping apple. Also known as Winter

Greening and Green Cheese [Downings].

 

FREQUIN DE BONNE

 

FREQUIN ROUGE

 

FREQUIN ROUGE AMER

 

FREQUIN ROUGE DE TARDIVE

 

FREYBERG New Zealand, 1934. A yellow skinned apple with a distinctive

very sweet flavour. A cross between Golden Delicious and Cox's Orange

Pippin.[Pettys]

 

FROMM'S REINETTE

 

FROST

 

FRUHAPFEL

 

FRUHER KLARAPFEL (White Transparent)

 

FUJI [Pettys],

 

FUJI RED AKI-FU No 1 (Fugi Red (1))

 

FUJI RED NAGA-FU No 2 (Fugi Red (2))

 

GALA New Zealand, 1934. Yellow skin, bright orange-red flush with deeper stripes; February, excellent flavour, aromatic.

 

GALLOPINA .

 

GANO

 

GAOL FARM as 5 sports of Gaol farm.

 

GARIBALDIA . GARIBALDI

 

GEANTE D 'EXPOSITION , [Pettys]

 

GEEVESTON FANNY

 

GEEVESTON FANNY, (Russell Red)

 

GEEVESTON FANNY (RED) One of the above is at Scienceworks

 

GENERAL (Calville Rouge d'Hiver).

 

GEORGE CARPENTER Surrey England 1902. Attractive red dessert apple Creamy white flesh, firm fine textured and juicy. Good aromatic flavour. (Bultitude), , [Pettys]

 

GEORGE NEILSON (Draper's )A good summer variety, blight proof . , [Pettys]

 

GILDERING SAGE D'ESPAGNE .

 

GLADSTONE (Mr Gladstone?)

 

GLENGYLE RED

 

GLEN VINEY (See Delicious)

 

GLOWING COAL

 

GLOWING COLE .

 

GLORIA MUNDI First recorded in 1804. Large somewhat irregular cooking apple. Rather soft, coarse textured and dry. No flavour. (Bultitude),

 

GLOSTER 69

 

GLOWING COAL

 

GOLD MEDAL

 

GOLD PEARMAIN

 

GOLD REINETTE (See Belle de Boskoop)

 

GOLDEN DELICIOUS {Goodmans95}

 

GOLDEN DELICIOUS, STARKSPUR

 

GOLDEN HARVEY Grown by Michael Landy in the 1880's.

 

GOLDEN NOBLE Norfolk England 1803. Handsome cooking apple, breaks up completely when cooked. (Bultitude),

 

GOLDEN REINETTE A very heavy bearer of first class fruit, good flavour, keeps well; subject to the American blight .

 

GOLDEN RUSSET

 

GOLDEN SWEET (Northern Sweet) Large pale yellow fruit with a very sweet rich flavour. Useful for cider and eating. Tree is long lived, early bearing and tends to heavy biennial bearing.

GOLDEN WINTER PEARMAIN (See King of the Pippins)

 

GOOSE BERRY A very late cooking variety . Gooseberry Pippin , [Pettys].

 

GOOSEBERRY PIPPIN

 

GOOSEBERRY

 

GRAHAM'S ROYAL JUBILEE .

 

GRAND DUKE CONSTANTINE .

 

GRANDMERE [Pettys].

 

GRANNY SMITH Australia's most famous apple. has six sports of Granny Smith {Goodmans95}

 

GRANNY SMITH, SPUR TYPE

 

GRANNY SMITH, RED (1) = Karagullen

 

GRANNY SMITH RED(2) = Murray Gem

 

GRANNY SMITH RED

 

GRANTONIAN

 

GRAVENSTEIN Another summer variety, crisp and delicious, almost blight proof . The Huon Horticultural Research Station has five sports of Gravenstein.

 

GRAVENSTEIN, RED (or King Albert) Similar to Gravenstein; whole color, bright whole red.

 

GRAVENSTEIN ROUGE Medium, cone-shaped fruit; rich and juicy; grand bearer. Early

 

GREENUPS PIPPIN England Late 1700. [Pettys]

 

GREENUP PIPPIN

 

GRIMES GOLDEN . Growing at Tallangatta)

 

GRIMES GOLDEN PIPPIN

 

GROSEILLE .

 

GROS-FENOUILLET GRIS

 

GROSS DOUX .

 

HAROLD RED (See Delicious)

 

HAZELWOOD .

 

HEYWARR Located growing on the side of the road between Heyfield and Cowwarr.

 

HI EARLY (See Delicious) {Goodmans95}

 

HIGGINS SEEDLING (EGOAA 1990). Seedling with Granny Smith characteristics, but sweeter and larger. Possibly better keeper, retains white color better when preserved in fowlers jars. Discovered growing at Glenview, the property belonging to the Higgins Family, Glencairn, Licola.

 

HOLDING .

 

HOLLOW CROWN [Pettys],

 

HOLLY [Pettys]

 

HOOVER Highly colored apple; very late

 

HOPTON

 

HUBBARDATON NONSUCH Distinct from Nonsuch (Downings: McAfee's Nonsuch). ,

 

HUON BELL .

 

HYSLOP CRAB [Pettys]

 

IDAJON

 

IDA RED [Pettys]

 

IDARED

 

ILLINIOS BLAZE .

 

IMPERIALLE NOUVELLE .

 

IMPROVED FOXWHELP Cider apple.

 

IMPROVED GRAVENSTEIN

 

IRISH PEACH The very best of the early varieties, blight proof .

 

ISAAC NEWTONS TREE Grafted from the tree that it is believed that "sconned" Isaac, resulting in his gaining an understanding of gravity. Good shade tree to relax and think under. [Pettys].

 

ISLAY PIPPIN .

 

JAMES GREIVE [Pettys]

 

JASLYN PRIDE (EGOAA 1992) A seedling apple that grew on the land occupied by the Jaslyn Nursery in Gutheridge Parade, Sale. Scion donated to EGOAA in 1992 by Jim Harrap of Jaslyn Nursery. A late apple with good flavour and very good keeping qualities.

 

JAUNE DE METZ

 

JAUNET , [Pettys]

 

JEFF'S TREE.

 

JERSEYMAC [Pettys]

 

JOLLY BEGGAR

 

JOANETING See Carolina.

 

JOHN SHARP A seedling from Pome de Neige, blight-proof and good in shape and color, and size, most handsome appearance.

 

JONADEL

 

JONAGOLD {Goodmans95}

 

JONATHON has five sports of Jonathon. {VT} From Grove-

 

JONATHON, RED

 

JONGRIME .

 

JOHN'S WONDER According to Chris Smith a fellow by the name of Silas Johns developed this variety in the Barry region of NSW. More info needed.

 

JONGRIMES [Pettys]

 

JUBILEE [Brimmer's Burnley] .

 

JULY RED [Pettys]

 

GASCOIGNE'S SCARLET SEEDLING (Rivers) (England's Glory?)

 

 KAISER WILHELM

 

KANDI SINP

 

KANDIL SINAP

 

KARAGULLEN

 

KENT ORANGE

 

KENTISH FILLBASKET Very good culinary variety; medium Scion donated to EGOAA by Sheila Andrews of Rosedale 1992. Thought to be true to type but to be confirmed. Also known as Mobs Codline. Lists two Kentish Filbaskets (Imported) and (of the Colony)

 

KENTISH PIPPIN

 

KENT

 

KESWICK CODLIN Oblong, angular, pale yellow, an old and much esteemed variety . Esteemed English cooking apple which may be picked early and continues to be available for quite some time after [Downings].

 

KEW PIPPIN

 

KIDDS ORANGE RED , [Pettys]

 

KIDD'S ORANGE RED

 

KILE .

 

KILLEENS SEEDLING (EGOAA 1990) Late apple with good flavour and keeping qualities that is growing on the roadside at Boisdale. Named after the late Mr Maurice Killeen of Valencia Ck who drew EGOAAs attention to it.

 

KING COLE Strong Grower, good keeper, acid flavor which disappears on maturity. Well colored. [Pettys],

 

KING DAVID America?? 1893, originated from a cross with Jonathon and Arkansas Black. Medium dark green overlaid with deep dark red. Firm yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, spicy and briskly sub-acid. A versatile apple for cider, pies and eating. , [Pettys]

 

KING EDWARD (See Edward the Seventh)

 

KING OF THE PIPPINS Very handsome, of medium size, for dessert or cooking; autumn . , [Pettys]

 

KING OF TONKIN'S COUNTY Large yellowish, splashed and striped with crimson; late . Flesh yellowish, rather coarse, juicy tender, with an exceedingly agreeable, rich, vinous flavor, delightfully aromatic [Downings].

 

KINGSTON BLACK [Pettys]

 

KINGSTON BLOCK Cider apple. .

 

KIRK'S

 

KIRK'S ADMIRABLE

 

KIRKS SEEDLING , [Pettys],

 

KITCHEN Grown by Michael Landy in the 1880's.

 

KLARAPFEL (White Transparent)

 

KONIGS FLEINER

 

LADIES FINGER .

 

LADY CARRINGTON Bright red; early

 

LADY DALY

 

LADY SUDELY .

 

LADY WILLIAMS (LADY WILLIAM) Australia, 1968.; very late, pick after mid-June. A red crisp sub-acid variety that keeps well. {Goodmans95}

LALLA SEEDLING , [Pettys],

 

LALLA (See Delicious)

 

LANCASHIRE PIPPIN .

 

LANCE EDWARDS .

 

LARGES RED .

 

LAXTON'S ADVANCE

 

LAXTON'S FORTUNE , [Pettys],

 

LAXTON'S SUPERB Cross between Wyken and Cox's Orange pippin, raised in England; the raisers describe it "Will be planted in thousands of acres in a few years" Beautifully striped. Good size. [Pettys]

 

L.C. DANIELS .

 

LEGANA Cross between Tasma and Delicious. Fruit whole bright red, similar shape to delicious with a smooth crown and color of Tasma. Best Quality. , [Pettys]

 

LEGEAS

 

LIMBERTWIG

 

LIMORE .

 

LITTLE JOHN PIPPIN Very similar to Ribston Pippin. Mar-Aug {Frogmore1875} Whereabouts unknown

 

LODI [Pettys],

 

LONDON PIPPIN See Five Crown. {Goodmans95}

 

LORD DERBY [Pettys]

 

LORD LAMBOURNE , [Pettys]

 

LORD NELSON Clear lemon yellow, culinary; summer

 

LORD SUFFIELD A heavy bearer of large excellent fruit, suitable for culinary purposes; summer .

 

LORD STUFFIELD [Pettys].

 

LORD WOLESELY (See Dewdney's Seedling) Recorded on Goodmans catalogue of 1906. Scion donated to group by John and Dorothy Ritchie August 1990. Large cooking apple, late ripening and good keeper. Fruit can be used for cooking when immature, perhaps Christmas onwards. Blight proof.

 

MAGNOLIA ,

 

MAIATIKI

 

MAIGOLD [Pettys].

 

MANNINGTON PEARMAIN ,

MANNINGTON'S PEARMAIN

 

MANNINGTON ?

 

MAIDENS BLUSH According to same as Twenty ounce. lists them as separate varieties and from their description there are differences in size and skin colour. Fruit of medium size, oblate, very regular shaped, and a little narrower towards the eye. Stalk short, planted in a rather wide deep hollow. Skin color pale lemon yellow on the shaded side with a brilliant crimson cheek nearest the sun.

 

MARBLED GARNET

 

MARGARET (Early Margaret?) ?

 

MARGIL Of the highest excellence, fine flavour, keeps well. May-June. {Frogmore1875} [Pettys]

 

MARTIN FROSSARD .

 

MC INDOES RUSSETT .

 

MC INTOSH Canada 1811. [Pettys]

 

MC INTOSH RED (7 Growing at Tallangatta) MCINTOSH'S RED Fruit Medium size, colored; good for early market, with wonderful aroma and bloom on fruit.

 

MC INTOSH EARLY , [Pettys].

 

MC MAHON'S WHITE A new variety, very late, and one of the best apples of American origin yet introduced. The fruit is large, well shaped with white flesh . Scion from the only tree known to exist donated to EGOAA by Jean Galbraith of Tyers in 1992.

 

MC MAHON

 

MC RED .

 

MEDLAR APPLE .

 

MELLON'S SEEDLING Medium size, high color, and good flavor. Late also lists Mellon separately.

 

MELBA , [Pettys]

 

MELROSE , [Pettys],

 

MENAGERE

 

MERE DE MENAGE

 

MERLA CARLA Collected 1994 from Anderson's Farm, Baynton. Known as Napoleon.

 

MERTON WORCESTOR , [Pettys]

 

MICHELIN MICHELON

 

MILTON

 

MINJON , [Pettys].

 

MISTER GLADSTONE

 

MOBBS CODLIN See Kentish Fillbasket. .

 

MONROE .

 

MONROE'S FAVOURITE See Dunn's Seedling

 

MONARCH CROSS [Pettys]

 

MONASH GROSS (Monarch Cross?)

 

MOTHER (See American Mother) A bearer of highly coloured and good flavoured fruit; late Fruit medium, form roundish, slightly conical. Color yellow, almost entirely overspread with light, clear, rich red, splashed with many deeper shades, many minute dots. One of the best apples for dessert, rather too tender for shipment

 

MR GLADSTONE Very handsome summer apple but won't keep MISTER GLADSTONE GLADSTONE

 

MRS KATHY

 

MULTHAUPTS REINETTE

 

MUNROES FAVORITE A first class export apple; late See Dunns Seedling. MUNROE'S FAVOURITE MUNROE

 

MURRAY GEM (Syn Red Granny Smith)

 

MUTSU [Pettys] {Goodmans95}

 

MUSQUE

 

MYER'S DELICIOUS

 

NAGA-FU No 2 {Goodmans95}

 

NEW ENGLAND PIGEON A very showy apple, very tender. Feb {Frogmore1875}

 

NEW NOTHERN GREENING

 

NEW YORK PIPPIN (Cleopatra)A useful sort. April-July. {Frogmore1875} According to GRS this apple is known as Cleopatra in Tasmania

 

NEWHAM

 

NEWTON GREEN PIPPIN

 

NEWTOWN GREEN PIPPIN (NEWTOWN PIPPIN) Flesh yellow, crisp, juicy, and good flavour; late Check with characteristics of Green Newtown Pippin Distinct from Yellow Newtown Pippin. NEWTOWN PIPPIN NEWTON PIPPIN, GREEN NEWTON PIPPIN, YELLOW

 

NICKAJACK Very large, good; very late, lists 38 other names it is also known by; [H.Morgan]

 

NONPARIEL (Scarlett?)

 

NORFOLK , [Pettys].

 

NORFOLK BEAUTY

 

NORTHERN SPY America 1800. Recommended cooking and eating apple, long season. Often used as a rootstock for apples in Victoria because of its resistance to woolly aphis. [Pettys]

 

NORTHEN SWEET

 

NUBEENA .

 

OHIO RED ROME (See Rome Beauty)

 

OLIVER

 

OPALESCENT ,

 

ORANGE

 

ORANGE CROFTAN .

 

ORANGE DE PER .

 

ORTLEY See Cleopatra.

 

ORTLEY, RED

 

ORLEANS Delicious type, but described as a of better color and keeping qualities. ORLEANS REINETTE [Pettys],

 

OSNABRUCKER REINETTE

 

PEARMAIN

 

PEPPER

 

PEASGOOD'S NONSUCH

 

P H THOMAS RED CRAB CROSS

 

P H THOMAS SELECTION

 

PINE GOLDEN PIPPIN

 

PINK LADY {Goodmans95}

 

PITMASTAN PINE APPLE PITMASTER PINEAPPLE PITMASTON PINEAPPLE An apple with a pineapple flavour making it worth growing. [Pettys]

 

PLATE A GROSSE QUEUE

 

POMME DE NEIGE A very handsome dessert apple, heavy yielder; late Also known as Snow Apple has two sports {Goodmans95}

 

POMMIER NAIN

 

PONTIOKA

 

POOR HOUSE , [Pettys]

 

POSSUM (Pound)

 

POTTER POTTER'S SEEDLING (Potts' Seedling?)

 

POTTS SEEDLING

 

PRIDE OF KENT Information wanted regards a reference to this name in any literature.

 

PRIMA , [Pettys]

 

PRIESTLY

 

PRINCE ALFRED Large striped, planted largely in Tasmanian for export; late [Pettys]

 

PRINCE EDWARD England 1897.

 

PRINCESS PRINCESS (COLES) PRINCESS (NOBLE)

 

PRINCE OF PIPPINS (See King of the Pippins) Medium size, pearmain shaped, striped and of a rich red colour; autumn Lists King of the pippins separately.

 

PRINCENAPFEL PRINZEN APFEL PRINZEL APPLE

 

QUARANTINE (Neither Devonshire or Winter Quarrendens)

 

QUATFORD AROMATIC

 

QUEEN COX (See also Cox's Orange Pippin) [Pettys]

 

QIINTE [Pettys]

 

RAINER

 

RALPH LUKE

 

RANGER

 

RANGER

 

RANHELAGH

 

REAN DE NOUVELLE

 

REAUX DE NOUVELLE

 

RED ASTRACHAN Grown by the Thistlethwaite family at Briagolong up till the Second World War. Ripens about Christmas time, small flat apple of good flavour. Described by (Downings P 210). A scion from a tree at the original Thistlethwaite home has been propagated by an EGOAA member and fruit and other characteristics to be compared with Downings description and Red Artrachan from GRS. Large crisp apple has an attractive red crimson skin with a whitish blue bloom. Flesh is crisp, juicy and sub-acid. Very hardy, vigorous and productive tree. May ripen very early January. Was once grown by the Thistlethwaite family on their property on Georges Creek near Briagolong up till the 1940's. RED ARTRACHAN (Red Astrachan?)

 

RED BOW

 

RED BRAEBURN {Goodmans95}

 

RED CALDWELL New importation, coolstores well, greenish yellow, almost entirely red on sunny side, large, free grower.

 

RED CANADA Medium size regular cropper; winter Fruit medium, oblate, inclining to conic. Skin yellow, mostly shaded with deep red or crimson, somewhat striped or splashed on the sunny side.

 

RED CLEOPATRA

 

RED CLUSTER

 

RED DELICIOUS

 

RED FUGI

 

RED FUJI AGI FU {VT} RED FUGI NAGAFU No.2 Japan; very late, flushed and striped; crisp, sub- acid and a good keeper.

 

RED GEM

 

RED GRANNY SMITH (See Murray Gem)[Pettys]

 

RED GRAVENSTEIN

 

RED JONATHAN {Goodmans95} RED JONATHON D8 9 RED JONATHON E15 RED JONATHON TDR

 

RED JUNE (Carolina Red June?) ?

 

RED LIMBERTWIG

 

RED MELBA

 

RED NEWTON , [Pettys].

 

RED NORMANBY (Blenheim Orange) Grown by Michael Landy at Briagalong in the 1880's.

 

RED NORMANDIE

 

RED ROME

 

RED STATESMAN

 

RED SUMMER STRAWBERRY

 

RED WINESAP

 

RED WINTER PEARMAN Grown by Michael Landy at Briagalong in the 1880's. Red Winter pearmain same as Buncombe.

 

REINE DES HATIVES France (?) Bitter-sweet cider apple, rough skin, good flavour. March.

 

REINETTE D'ANGLETERRE [Pettys], . REINETTE DU ANGLETERRE (English Reinette or Reinette du Canada)

 

REINETTE CIPLET .

REINETTE DE BAUMANN See Baumann's Reinette) REINETTE BAUMANN

 

REINETTE DE BAYEUX Belgium c.1811 REINETTE DU BAYEUX

 

REINETTE DE BRIEVES (De l'Estre)

 

REINETTE DE CANADA (Reinette du Canada)

 

REINETTE DE CARMES

 

REINETTE DE CHENEE

 

REINETTE DE FROMM (Fromms Reinette)

 

REINETTE DE MACON

 

REINETTE DE METS REINETTE DE METZ

 

REINETTE DES HATIVES

 

REIN DES HATIVES

 

REINETTE D'OREE (See Golden Reinette) REINETTE DOREE

 

REINETTE DOUCE

 

REINETTE D'ORLEANS (See Orleans Reinette) REINETTE DE ORLEANS REINETTE D' OSNABRUCK (Osnabrucker Reinette) REINETTE D'OZNABRACK

 

RINETTE DU CANADA (Reinette de Canada) Splendid bearer of large fruit, suitable for cooking or dessert, very good export apple; late , [Pettys]

 

REINETTE FROMM

 

REINETTE MARBEE REINETTE MARBREE

 

REINETTE MULTHAUPT (Malthaupt's Reinette)

 

REINETTE MUSQUE REINETTE MUSQUEE (See Margil)

 

REINETTE No1

 

REINETTE SOLOTOI KURSHI

 

REINETTE THOUIN

 

R G MC INTOSH

 

RHODE ISLAND GREENING America 1650. Universal favorite in America. Flesh yellow, fine grained, and tender, crisp, with an abundance of rich, slightly aromatic, lively acid juice. [Pettys],

 

RIBSTON PIPPIN A well known dessert variety, suitable for export; late. RIPSTONE PIPPIN Recorded as having sold at Dargo approx 1870 by David Phelan from the Dargo store about 1880. (Same as Ribston Pippin??). RISTON PIPPIN

 

RICHARED {Goodmans95} RICHARED DELICIOUS

 

RILEY'S DARGO A very good local seedling located by EGOAA growing at Dargo.

 

RODNEY

 

ROKEWOOD Heavy yielder and one of the best keepers , [Pettys]

 

ROME BEAUTY USA 1848. Very highly colored and one of the best for export; late has 4 sports of Rome Beauty. Flowers late. Flesh yellowish, tender juicy, sprightly sub-acid. [Pettys], {Goodmans95}

 

 Lists three Rome Beauties, the ordinary one and- 2. Herberts- Whole red coloring instead stripes like ordinary Rome Beauty 3. Ohio Red- Another Red Rome Beauty with high color.

 

ROSEBERRY PIPPIN

 

ROSELLA .

 

ROTER ANANAS (Ananas Rouge)

 

ROUNDAWAY MAGNUM BONUM . Bruce Hedge says this apple is his best cooking apple. Excellent for apple crumble and doesn't need sugar in a lot of recipes. ROUNDWAYS MAGNUM BONUM

 

ROUS LATOUR

 

ROYAL JUBILEE England 1888. [Pettys]. ROYAL JUBILEE (RIVERS)

 

ROYAL RED {Goodmans95} ROYDEN RED {Goodmans95}

 

ROYAL SOVEREIGN A good kitchen apple. Mar-April. {Frogmore1875}

 

RUSSELL RED (See Geveston Fanny)

 

RUSSET

 

RUSSET PIPPIN

 

RUSSETT (TDR)

 

RUSSET PIPPIN

 

RYMER (Caldwell's Keeper) Very well known and good export apple; late

 

SAINT BERBE

 

SAINT EDMUNDS RUSSET

 

SAINT EDMUNDS PIPPIN [Pettys]

 

SAINT LAWRENCE

 

SAINT SAUVEUR

 

SALTERS SEEDLING

 

SAYER Large, early, cooking; reliable bearer.

 

SCARLET NONPARIEL An excelled dessert apple, very free bearer, and one of the best keeping varieties; late , , [Pettys],

 

SCARLETT PEARMAIN One of the prettiest apples grown, good dessert; medium [H.Morgan]

 

SCARLET STAYMARED , [Pettys],

 

SCRODERS A first class cooking or dessert variety; late SCHROEDER'S SEEDLING ) SCHROEDER [H.Morgan] SHROEDER

 

SCOTIA

 

SEEDLESS SEEDLESS APPLE

 

SENATOR A very fine large apple, flesh yellowish white stained with pink, late keeper , ,

 

SEYMOUR SELECTION

 

SHANNON

 

SHARPS NONSUCH Vigorous grower, skin deep yellow, striped red; flesh yellow, tender and very sweet; tree blight proof ,

 

SHEPHERD'S PERFECTION

 

SHIRLEY Fruit flat, striped with yellow flesh. Ripens April/May. The only tree known to exist was located by David Aumann growing at Binginwarri in 1993. Described in "Apples of New York"

 

SHOCKLEY Medium sized and free bearer, a very good keeper, late Fruit below medium size, roundish, conical. Skin pale yellow, overspread with red, sometimes obscure splashes and stripes, inconspicuous dots. Stalk long, slender, inserted in a deep acute cavity SHOEKLEY A medium sized dessert apple. {Railton1880}

 

SHORELAND QUEEN Good medium dessert apple

 

SING'S SEEDLING

 

SMITH'S EARLY RED

 

SNOW APPLE See also Fameuse and Pome de Neige

 

LADY IN THE SNOW

 

SOMERSET RED STREAK

 

SPARTON , [Pettys] {Goodmans95}

 

SPITZENBERG Originated in New York. Medium-large, deep red over yellow colored skin. Yellow flesh is rich, crisp and slightly sub-acid. Open spreading tree is a regular bearer. (American reference) says it was a standard commercial variety of the past. Ripens late. Described in as Newtown Spitzenberg. .

 

SPITZENBERG

 

SPLENDOUR [Pettys]

 

SPRING GROVE CODLINE [Pettys],

 

STAHL'S WINTERPRINTZ

 

STA??S WINTERRINS .

 

STAR APPLE (Correct name unknown) An interesting red star pattern is revealed when the apple is cut horizontally. Red and white flesh.

 

STARKES EARLYBLAZE , [Pettys] STARK EARLIBLAZE

 

STARKES EARLIEST , [Pettys], STARKES HI EARLY

 

STARKSPUR GOLDEN DELICIOUS (See Golden Delicious)

 

STARKING DELICIOUS

 

STARKING {Goodmans95}

 

STARKING HI EARLY

 

STARKING RED

 

STARKRIMSON STARCRIMSON DELICIOUS {Goodmans95}

 

STATESMAN Very large, good keeper [Pettys]. Statemen at )

 

STAYMAN WINESAP 1866 Seedling from Winesap. Medium-large, dark red skin. Yellow flesh is firm, tender, juicy, rich wine/spice flavour. Vigorous growing tree is an early and prolific bearer. [Pettys]. STAYMAN'S WINESAP

 

STEWARTS SEEDLING Australia, 1870's Very large green hard cooking apple, outstanding jelly flavour. March.[Pettys] STEWART'S

 

STOKE TULIP

 

STOKE RED STOKES RED

 

STONE PIPPIN A well known apple, one of the best where it does well; late . One of the best keepers. August-January {Frogmore1875}

 

STRIPED BEEFING [Pettys]

 

STUBBARD (Summer Stibbert)

 

STURMER PIPPIN JO

 

STURMER PIPPIN {Goodmans95}

 

STURMER PIPPIN, RED

 

STURMER RED has four sports SUMMERED

 

SUGAR LOAF PIPPIN SUGAR-LOAF PIPPIN SUGARLOAF PIPPIN

 

SUMMERDEL {Goodmans95}

 

SUMMER PEARMAIN .

 

SUMMER RED

 

SUMMER REX

 

SUMMER STIBBERT (Stubbard)

 

SUMMER STRAWBERRY , [Pettys]

 

SUMMER STRAWBERRY, RED [Mould's]

 

SUMMERSET RED STREAK

 

SUNBURY LATE

 

SUNDOWNER {Goodmans95}

 

SUNTAN

 

SUPERB

 

SUTTORS SEEDLING

 

SWAMP APPLE (EGOAA 1991) A chance seedling that grew beside the swamp at Vince Phelans, Dargo in the 1940's

 

SWEET ALFORD

 

SWEET COPPIN SWEET COPPINS [Pettys]

 

SWEETMAN .

 

SYMOND'S WINTER , [Pettys]

 

TAS AG NO.2 {Goodmans95}

 

TASMA (See Democrat)

 

TASMAN PRIDE

 

TAUNTON .

 

THE QUEEN Very large fruit; tree dwarf in habit; late

 

THOMPSON'S SEEDLING (See Northen Greening)

 

TIN SHED Located growing beside a tin shed at Woods Point.

 

TOCCOA (XXX)

 

TREMERE .

 

TREMLETT'S BITTER

 

TRIVETTS Early-midseason, vigorous cropper. Realises good prices, requires thinning.

 

TROPICAL BEAUTY , [Pettys]

 

TUFT'S (See Tuft's Baldwin) TUFTS BALDWIN ,

 

TWENTY OUNCE Large, culinary, vigorous grower and great cropper, blight proof; autumn [Pettys] {VT}

 

TYDEMANS EARLY , [Pettys],

 

TYDEMANS EARLY WORCESTOR

 

UPTON PINE UPTON PYNE [Pettys].

 

VERITE

 

VETCHES EARLY CRABBE

 

VIKING

 

VIOLETTE , [Pettys],

 

VISTA BELLA [Pettys]

 

WAGNER Yellow, shaded and striped with crimson; winter. . Flesh yellowish, very tender, juicy, excellent, brisk, somewhat vinous. Very delicate apple

 

WALLACE HOWARD

 

WANDIN GLORY WANDINS PRIDE WANDIN PRIDE

 

WASHINGTON RED

 

WATERFORD A seedling located at Waterford, near Dargo.

 

WATERMANS PEARMAIN A cider apple.

 

WAX PIPPIN

 

WEALTHY (Grand Duke) Fruit medium, oblate, whitish-yellow ground shaded with deep rich crimson in the sun; flesh white, fine grained , stained with red; tender, juicy, lively, vinous, sub-acid, very good. Late.

 

WEISSER KLAR (White Transparent)

 

WEISSKANTE

 

WELLINGTON (syn Dumelow's Seedling) An excellent variety. May-Sept. {Frogmore1875}

 

WESTELL SELECTION

 

WHITE PARADISE

 

WHITE TRANSPARENT

 

WHITE WINTER PEARMAIN America 1849. Large, beautiful yellow; late.

 

WHITEY PIPPIN WHITNEY PIPPIN

 

WILLIAMS FAVOURITE A small red apple ripening at Briagalong about Christmas time, described by Goodmans 1906 catalogue as; splendid cooking variety, early.

 

WILLY SHARPE (TH) WILLIE SHARPE

 

WINESAP According to "Carrots love Tomatoes" by Louise Riotte, this is a high vitamin C apple

 

WINTER BANANA , [Pettys]

 

WINTER COLEMAN ,

 

WINTER GREENING (See French Crab)

 

WINTER MAJETIN A popular late apple (Winter Mayetin grown by Michael Landy)

 

WINTER QUARRENDEN England 1896. [Pettys].

 

WINTER QUEENING . To be checked for similarities with Buckingham

 

WINTER TRANSPARENT EARLY CODLINE

 

WINTER TRENORDEN

 

WINTER YATES Small flat red apple and good keeper. Remains on the tree and doesn't ripen till June and July. See Yates.

 

WIVELL

 

WOODSTOCK PIPPIN ,[Pettys],

 

WORCESTER PEARMAIN , [Pettys],

 

WORSELDINE'S PERFECTION Named after Frederick Worseldine who experimented for many years until he developed this apple and registered it in 1950. A very large red apple that is excellent for cooking or eating.

 

XAVIER DE BAVEY .

 

YAPEEN SEEDLING Colored apple, late, now coming into prominence for cool storage and late export. A good apple, hardy YAPPEEN

 

YARLINGTON MILL [Pettys]

 

YASS FIN YASSFIN

 

YATES Good color, very prolific; winter [H.Morgan] [Pettys], {VT}

 

YELLOW HORNEST .

 

YELLOW NEWTON PIPPIN .

 

YELLOW SIBERIAN CRAB

 

YORKSHIRE BEAUTY Large fruit; good culinary apple; ripens mid-season; good keeper.

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