From Croft, Leicestershire; a very late seedling found outside the old quarry gates. Small, red-blushed
apples which hang very late on the tree (sometimes late Jan), retaining a wonderful crunchy texture (with some astringency) until mid-March or even
later. In 2009 some of them lasted, still good, into June.
compiled by Nigel Deacon / Diversity website
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