Pomiferous

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Information on over 7,000 apples is available here, all carefully researched and provided in a way that is easy to navigate.

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C te de Savoie
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is sweet and aromatic.

C tes de Haute Savoie
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish white, firm. Juicy sweet and aromatic.

Synonyms: Lac™te

C. K. Schneid
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Type: apple
Cabashea
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Type: culinary

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, firm, crisp and coarse-grained. Somewhat juicy and ranging from tart to highly acidic. Rather bland in flavour.

Synonyms: Cabasher, Cabushea, Oxheart. Also referred to as King due to its resemblance to ...

Cabbage
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Type: cider

Origins: Documented by Hogg, R. and Bull, H. The Apple and Pear as Vintage Fruits (1886). Gloustershire (UK)

Cabbage Stalk
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Type: apple
CABp Fuji
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Type: dessert

Summary: A limb mutation of Nagafu 6 Fuji found in 1994 at Totara Grove Orchard in New Zealand. The fruit tend to be larger than the standard for Fuji and brighter colou ...

Cabusse
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is white and crisp. Juicy, sweet, brisk and aromatic..

Cacanska Ponza
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured, Soft. Robust flavour.

Cactus
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Type: dessert

Summary: Sweet and juicy eating apple bred in the Czech Republic by crossing Topaz and Tuscan.

Synonyms: UEB 3137/1

Cadbury
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Type: apple

Synonyms: Pounset, Royal Wilding

Cadbury
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Type: cider

Origins: Somersetshire

Cadel
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Type: apple

Origins: Starking DeliciousÕ x ÔJonathan,Õ SRBIJA Institute, Fruit, & Grape Research Centre, Cacak, Yugoslavia, introduced, 1984

Cadelinnes Rilyies
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Type: cider

Identification: streaked with red Character of the

Cadwalader
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Type: apple

Origins: rediscovered in Herforshire Godlen Valley in 2004 by Marcher Apple Network

Cafernanty
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Type: apple

Origins: France

Cagarlaou
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, tender. Juicy, sweet and aromatic.

Cagle
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Type: apple

Origins: possibly

Cahoua
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Type: cider

Origins: xxxxR gions de Lamballe et de Jugon

Synonyms: Cahouet, Cahouest, Kahoua, Kahouet

Caillouel Saint?Ouen
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Type: cider

Origins: St. Ouen de Thourberville (France)

Caitlin Gala
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Type: dessert

Summary: An upper tree mutation of the Royal Gala discovered in 1995 at Cleveland, Tennessee (U.S.A.). The fruit is large, round conic and it has five distinct knobs at ...

Synonyms: Grand Galaxy, Stark Grand Gala

Cala Golden
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Type: apple

Synonyms: Calagolden, Elbee

Calder Red
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Type: apple

Origins: possibly

Caldicott Delicious
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Type: dessert

Origins: Red sport of Delicious. Lenswood South Australia during the 1950s.

Callaway
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Type: crabapple

Origins: Georgia (USA)

Synonyms: Malus ’Callaway’

Callow Crab
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Type: apple

Origins: possibly

Synonyms: unknown IS THIS THE SAME AS CALLOWAY CRAB LISTED BY BOTNER?

Calocarpa
Calocarpa
Type: crabapple

Origins: malus sieboldii U.S.A.

Calvi rouge du Marais
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Type: apple

Origins: Fruits de Bretagne (France)

Calvil Crymskiy
Calvil Crymskiy
Type: apple

Origins: possibly

Synonyms: Calvil Crymsky

Calville Ananas de Liege
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Type: dual

Summary: Possibly no longer cultivated.

Synonyms: Ananas de Liege, Lutticher's Ananas Calville, Lütticher Ananaskalvill