A good keeping late dessert apple from Worcestershire. Believed to be a very old variety, though not a great deal is known about it. The fruit, when viewed in August have a bright green colouration, changing to rich red with orange streaks by late October, becoming fully ripe by November.
Place/Date of Origin: Worcestershire, received by the National Fruit Trials in 1945, but believed to be much older
Season of use: Nov-Jan
Taste: Juicy & Sweet, with a firm flesh
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