King

Description:

King apples were first discovered in 1750 in New Jersey, USA, and introduced commercially in 1804

 

Uses:

Excellent for eating, pies, and sauces and cooks to a rich, golden puree. Sometimes used to make North American style cider.

 

Harvest:

 Picked in October and keeps until December when stored in cold storage

Uses: Eating, and only gets better with age

 

Pollinators: 

Northern Spy, Sweet 16, Gold Rush, and Prairie Fire.

 

 

For other varieties that will pollinate this variety we recommmend this 'Pollination Checker' from out friends at Orange Pippin Trees in the UK. 

King

C$35.00Price