Attractive dual purpose apple found in a private garden in Croft, Leics. Original tree still standing.
This is less acidic than a Bramley, contains virtually no vitamin C, is a deeper red; shiny skin, OK
as a dessert apple from about October; hangs till late Oct or early Nov but attracts birds because
of its bright colour. Stores until early December. Round-conical in shape.
compiled by Nigel Deacon / Diversity website
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