Wadhurst Pippin - Originated 1810 from Sussex, UK Description: Very unusual variety from Wadhurst in Sussex, believed to have been reaised in the early Makes quite a sharp, refreshing eating apple with a nice crisp 'bite' to the flesh
Alkmene apple tree , Alkmene was developed in Germany in the as a cross between Cox's Orange Pippin and Duchess of Oldenburg. The flavor is of good quality, somewhat aromatic, but noticeably more tart and robust than Cox.
This gorgeous heirloom tomato sets fruit weighing up to 2 pounds! Gold and red with faint striping, the giant tomatoes appear on indeterminate plants very resistant to foliar diseases and long-bearing.