Hardly a new variety as Tom Putt was raised in the 1700s by the Rector of Trent in Somerset, the Rev. Tom Putt. Picking early September the fruits keep well into November, the tough skin has a sweetly scented aroma and the greenish white flesh is crisp and juicy. Listed as a cooking variety, Tom Putt is often eaten as dessert and is useful for making cider. A very versatile apple that is a good reliable cropper. Excels on dwarf rootstock M27. Pollinators include: Redsleeves, Fiesta, James Grieve etc.
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