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Fruit Trees available Winter 2020 - 2021

Treseders Fruit trees Winter 2020/2021

Apple 'Bens Red'

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Dessert Apple A once well known Cornish apple, also known as 'Red Roller' or Red Box'.  A sweet apple with dark red fruit (Some striping).  Ht 3m.  MM106 rootstock. Flowering group 2.
Apple 'Bramley (Clone 20)' Cooking Apple A popular, reliable and traditional cooker.  This clone is more compact than the original, producing good reliable crop.  Ht. 3m. MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 3.
Apple 'Collogett Pippin'  Cooking/ Cider Apple Also known as 'Cornish Giant', makes a good golden puree or light dry cider.  Originating from Tamar Valley, Cornwall.  Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 2.

Apple 'Cornish Aromatic' 

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Dessert Apple Handsome bright red fruits with russet patches.  Sweet, sharp and spicy flavour.  (Origin; Cornwall 1813)  Ht. 3m.  MM106 Root stock.  Flowering group 2.
Apple 'Cornish Gilliflower' Dessert Apple An Old Cornish favourite with Red & Gold stripped Skin and a yellow perfumed flesh with an intense rich, aromatic flavour.  Ht. 3m.  MM106 Root stock.  Flowering group 4.
Apple 'Cornish Honeypinnick' Dessert/ Cider Apple Of North Cornwall origin, named of old dialect 'Pinnicking' meaning small.  Small yellow/ green fruits; sweet with some bitterness.  Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 5.
Apple 'Cornish Longstem' Cooking/ Cider Apple This is an old Cornish variety, recorded in 1853. Very disease resistant and suited to the challenges of the Cornish climate! Can be used as a cooking apple, but  tannins content is useful for a bittersharp cider apple.Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 5.
Apple 'Cornish Mother' Dessert Apple Also known as 'American Mother' a good aromatic flavour of vanilla and peardrops (Orgin 1844).  Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 3.
Apple 'Cornish Pine'  Dessert Apple A large, attractive dessert apple with good aromatic flavour. Grown on MM106 root stock for medium size tree to 3m.  Origin: Cornwall 1920. 

Apple 'Cornish Queen'

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Dessert/ Cooking Apple Once widespread around Liskeard and Lerryn, has good Canker resistance.  A medium to large apple, green with broard crimson stripes (50%). Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 2.

Apple 'Hocking's Green' 

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Dessert/ Cooking Apple Originating from Callington, Cornwall, this has excellent tolerance to wind and rain.  Holds shape well on cooking and suitable for Eating at Christmas.  Ht.3m. MM106 Rootstock.  Flowering group 3.
Apple 'Manaccan Primrose' Dessert/ Cooking Apple Similar to 'The Rattler', produces good crops of mid-sized yellow/ green fruits, sharp/ sweet.  Ht. 3m.  MM106 rootstock.  Flowering group 2.
Apple 'Pendragon' Dessert/ Cider Apple  An early season, very pretty, red-fleshed variety can be used as a sweet dessert apple or good for early cider making.
Apple 'Tregonna King'  Dessert/ Cooking Apple A good dual purpose Apple, backed up with good keeping properties.  Originating from Rezare near Launceston, Cornwall.  Ht. 3m.  MM106 Rootstock. Flowering group 4.
Cherry 'Morello' Cooking Cherry Large, dark red, cherry. Hardy and reliable. Ideal for a north wall. Ready late July. Self Fertile. Flowering group 4.
Cherry 'Burcombe' Dessert/ Cooking Cherry Cornish cherry from Tamar Valley, especially suitable for growing in the south-west. Black, sweet & very juicy .  Suitable for both eating and cooking. Ripens late July. Self Fertile. Flowering group 2.
Cherry 'Fice' Dessert/ Cooking Cherry Cornish cherry from Tamar Valley, especially suitable for growing in the south-west. Black, juicy, sweet and full of flavour. Very split resistant. Suitable for both eating and cooking. Ripens late July. Self Fertile.
Pear 'Comice'  Dessert Pear A top quality juicy pear with excellent flavour.  Ht. 3m.  Quince A rootstock.  Flowering group 4.
Pear 'Conference' Dessert Pear A most reliable Pear with yellow/ green russet fruit.  Sweet and Juicy. Crops well.  Ht. 3m.  Quince A rootstock.  Flowering group 3. Self fertile.
Plum 'Kea'   An old Cornish plum from the Truro area, traditionally grown from suckers. It makes a vigorous and healthy tree. The plums are small and red with juicy and rather acidic flesh. It is best used for making proper Cornish plum jam.  The variety is self fertile. so can be grown on its own. Flowering group 3.
Plum 'Victoria'  Victoria Plum Oval bright red fruit.  Consistently reliable variety with good quality and quantity of fruit.  Ht. 3m. St. Julien A rootstock. Mid Season.