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7 Litre Fruit Mill Crank Handle

All fruit must be crushed before you can press it. This easy to use and maintain. Quarter the fruit first and place into the stainless steel, 7-litre hopper. For crushing apples, pears, peaches, pineapples and other hard fruits ready for pressing.

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Image of Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

Apple Crab Tree - John Downie

Not only is this upright apple variety highly ornamental in the garden giving masses of soft pink blossom in spring but it's an excellent pollinator for other apples. The yellow/orange fruits of John Downie are large for a crab and make the finest, clear...

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Apple (Eating) Plant - Fiesta

Partially self-fertile. Traditional flavour, both sweet and sharp. Keeps its shape when cooked and is ideal for juicing. Harvest September-October. Pollination group 3.

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Apple (Eating) Tree - Bountiful

An easy-to-grow variety that keeps its shape when cooked and is sweeter than the majority of other cookers. Introduced in the 1960's, its quite modern for a cooking apple. Allow the fruit to ripen longer on the tree and you can eat it like a dessert apple...

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Apple Tree - Braeburn (Clone Helena)

Braeburn is one of the best-selling apple varieties in Britain and can now (thanks to this earlier cropping new clone) be grown very successfully in UK gardens. Pick from mid October and store for up to 4 months without losing the superb crisp texture!...

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Apple Tree - Bramley (Clone 20)

Britains most loved cooking apple! Less vigorous and more controllable than regular Bramley. Will provide a huge crop. Is a triploid variety so will need 2 other apples nearby for pollination. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control semi-dwarf...

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Apple Tree - Lord Lambourne

Once assessed by 'Gardening from Which?' as the best all-round British garden apple, this is indeed a superb mid-season variety. The crisp, firm fruits are bursting with sweet juice! Ready to pick from September, they will keep well until Christmas! Pollination...

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Apple Tree - Queen Cox Self Fertile

The Nations Favourite! Will set great fruits without a pollinator. Fruit is juicy and sweet with a typical mellow 'Cox' taste. Deep red flush, excellent keeper. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. Grown on M26 rootstock which produces an easy-to-control...

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Apple Tree - Redlove

An apple that's outstanding in so many ways! Crisp and fresh with a perfect balance of sweet and tangy flavours, harvest early to mid September and eat immediately or store until Christmas. A different eating experience! The world's first fine-tasting...

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Apple Tree - Worcester Pearmain

Early season variety with bright red fruit with sweet white flesh. Excellent in colder areas. Highly effective pollinator for other varieties. Eating apple. RHS Award of Garden Merit winner. (An English Heritage fruit variety.) Harvest September-October....

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Apricot Tree - Petit Muscat

The finest known apricot! Intensely sweet, juicy fruit with a flavour liken to sweet muscat wine. Self fertile. Small walnut sized fruit cover the tree throughout August. Height 250-300cm (98-118); spread 250-300cm (98-118).For planting and growing advice...

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Calamondin Citrus Plant

Bring a taste of the Med to your home, conservatory or summer patio with this beautiful little mini citrus tree. Their shiny green leaves, beautifully scented white flowers and vibrant fruit will create a real talking point! The striking bitter orange...