One of England's many advantages is the range of climate conditions we experience
in different parts of the country. Some apple varieties like plenty of sunshine,
others can withstand colder temperatures, so wherever we grow our apples, we choose
the right varieties to thrive and ripen in the local conditions.
Select a region Click on the map to find out what apple varieties are grown where:
See what's grown in each region
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Welcome to English Apples
English Apples is an organisation of apple growers who work together
to make sure the shops are full of the very best quality
English-grown varieties. We grow and promote the tastiest apples,
each variety in its season, and spread the word about why English
grown apples are the best!
There are many reasons why English apples have long been renowned
for their taste and flavour. Our friendly climate is the main advantage,
with a long growing season, ample rainfall and moderate temperatures.
The best apples grow and ripen slowly, producing maximum juiciness and
Our experience as growers, often going back many generations, means that
our members always deliver the tastiest, juiciest, crunchiest apples - year
after year. We support the industry, protect the environment and spread the
word about how good our produce is.
Everyone’s gone English apple mad
Welcome, Hello and thank you visiting our Love English Apples website.
We're dedicated to having the most fun possible with apples.
We'll bring you all sorts of brilliant games and competitions, the world's
most surprising apple facts, and great ways to apples, including easy-to-make recipes.
Apples grown in England are as English as Buckingham Palace and Benedict Cumberbatch.
They're the real thing. Our traditional varieties have been enjoyed for countless years.
Things have got even better recently. We've introduced a wide range of exciting new
varieties. All grown in glorious England.
Why are English apples so good? We've got perfect weather. Not too hot. Not too cold.
And just the right amount of rain. When you eat an English apple, you know it hasn't
sat in a fridge in a gigantic ship, churning its way across the oceans for months on
end. From the grower to you, with the minimum fuss. This means the best taste. And
it's good for the planet too.
There's so much happening in the apple world. We can't wait to share it with you.
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Thanks for visiting and we hope to see you again. Keep crunching!