TREE VARIETIES ON WOLDS END ORCHARD
Crab Apple. With a very high pectin content, Crab Apples are ideal for jams and jellies.
Newton Wonder. 19th Century apple tree. Good for juicing.
Bens Red. Good quality eating apple.
Bramleys. Red/green cooking apple.
Dr Harvey. 16th Century cooking apple.
Star of Devon. Good for Chutney and Cider.
Beurre Clairgeau (tbc). Excellent culinary and juicing pear.
Benheim Orange. Excellent local multi-purpose Apple Tree.
Ribston Pippin. ‘Parent’ of Coxes Orange Pippin.
Beurre Clairgeau. Excellent culinary and juicing pear.
Dymock Red. A very old vintage cider apple from Dymock, Glos.
Herefordshire Russet. Eating Apple. Excellent flavour.
James Grieve. Dual purpose eating/cooking apple.
Kingston Black. One of the premier English cider varieties; producing a bitter-sharp juice.
Black walnut. A vigorous, deciduous plant with excellent nuts.
Winter Gem. An excellent eating apple with a rich flavour reminiscent of its famous parent variety 'Cox's Orange Pippin'.
Taynton Codlin. An acidic cooking or cider apple from the village of Taynton, Oxon.
Ashmead’s Kernel. A firm, crisp, juicy, sugary, rich and highly aromatic apple.
Rhead’s Reinette. Thought to be a cross between Peasgood’s Nonsuch and Ribston Pippin. A large, sweet, early to middle culinary apple, good for baking and purees.
Chaceley Kernel. One of the finest aromatic flavoured apples with a sweet-sharp taste.
Black Worcester pear. A very old variety of uncertain origin possibly dating back to Roman times. Mainly used for cooking. A keeper which stays sound up to February.
NB: There are more than one of some varieties and a number of the veteran trees have yet to be identified.