An old dessert variety, which has a strong aromatic flabour. It is thought to be one of the parents of Cox's Orange Pippin.
Also used for culinary purposes and apparently they make a decent cider.
Conical shaped with yellow skin and orange flush and red streaks.
It is triploid so requires two polination partners.
Ultimate size depends upon the rootstock it is on.
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Dessert, cooking and juice/cider.
- 180 - 800 cm
- Soil type
- Full sun