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Introduced: Early 1700s, Gloucestershire UK
What it lacks in looks, this old, leathery English apple makes up for in flavor: spicy, complex, tart, and intense. A highly valued apple for juicing and cider, and truly superb for eating fresh. A favorite apple of our owner, Bill.
2 in stock
Plant where trees will get sun for most of the day in a well drained soil. Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots, don’t add fertilizers or compost when filling the hole, save those for a top-dressing once the tree leafs out. Always protect your new trees with a “mouse guard” either a wrap from a garden center or a tube made from hardware cloth. Apple trees set better crops when at least two different varieties are planted for cross pollination.