The most popular cooking apple. Large fruit, good flavour; stores all winter (can last until May some
years); OK as dessert apple in a sunny year after a couple of months' storage. Susceptible to scab. Triploid: sets a better crop
if other apples nearby. Pick mid to late October. Gets frosted in some years. Partial tip bearer. One of the
highest Vitamin C apples.
compiled by Nigel Deacon / Diversity website
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