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Origins - Essex, England 1944.
Characteristics: A Cox's type dessert apple which usually ripens a little earlier than that variety. Has maintained a low level of garden popularity over the years.
Flavour Intense, rich, crisp and juicy texture.
Season: Harvest Mid September, stores until December or sometimes a little later.
Growth: Moderate vigour, spreading. Often biennial cropping unless thinned.
Pollination: Group 'A' Good pollinators include: Beauty of Bath, Egremont Russet, Idared, Allington Pippin, Brownlees Russet etc.