One of the most popular English cooking apples. Boils down to a 'fluffy' excellent flavoured puree. Vigourous, hardy and easy to grow. Heavy cropper. Stores up to 3 months.
In 2009 the original tree was still alive, 200 years after the seed was planted by a young girl.
Mainly used for pies and sauces.
Late season, October
'Akane' 'Cortland' 'Dolgo' 'Gala' 'Golden Russet' 'Granny Smith' McIntosh' 'Wolf River' 'Yellow Transparent'
This variety is classified as a 'triploid' variety. It requires either a 'self fertile' pollinator or two other varieties that flower the same time. For further clarification please see our frequently asked questions section.
White flowering crabapples are also good pollinisers for this variety.
For other varieties that will pollinate this variety we recommmend this 'Pollination Checker' from out friends at Orange Pippin Trees in the UK.