by Charles Stirton October. 21, 2007 6099 views

Yesterday there was an Apple Fair at Green Park Station Farmers Market

Today and tomorrow's posting is of apples put on display by K.G. Consultants (Tel: +44-1761-490-624), producers of quality English apple juice. Today I show some of the diversity of the apples grown in England and tomorrow something on the spirit of apples.

1. One of the tables at the bath Farmers marketwith baskets of named cultivars.

2. More tables. There must have been over 200 different cultivars.

3. There must have been over 200 different cultivars.

4. A small selection.

5. Some common like Coxes, others less common like Clarinette.

6. Pitmaston Pine Apple.

7. Sunset.

8. Apin Rose Ledage.

9. Tydemans's Late Orange (Desert / Dual, Kent 1930)

10. Broad Leaf Norman.

11. Medialle D'Or.

12. Redsleeves.

13. Monkland Pippin.

14. Golden Spire.

15. Burr Know Howard.

16. Mere de Menage.

17. Dufflin.

18. Crimson King.

19. Golden Russett.

20. Of course Apples go traditionally in England with a Sunday Roast. One of the local farmers who sells organic meat at the market.

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Jendayee 13 years, 4 months ago

Thanks for having me discovering all the varieties.... then I have the english names :)))

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Yoshi 13 years, 4 months ago

I like this set. Thanks !

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Magpy 13 years, 4 months ago

oh wow! I'd love to be able to sample them

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Timea Nogradi 13 years, 4 months ago

the diversity always overawe me. The Sunset macro is the best!

13 years, 4 months ago Edited
Peter 13 years, 4 months ago

Lovely set. A very happy diversity.

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Toby Hinshaw 13 years, 4 months ago

This all looks so good! I gotta go find something to eat. :-)

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