The earliest ripening cooking apple that we know of. Very prolific tree, laden with small bright green codling fruit. Eaten fresh, it's flesh is quite soft and the sweet acid makes your tongue tingle. From England around 1900. Cooks to a subacid fluffy consistency needing minimal sugar added.
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|Fertility||Needs a pollinator (produces viable pollen)|
|Growth Habit||Can be espaliered and kept to 1.5 - 2.5m. Free standing tree grows to around 2 -2.5m tall.|
|Chill Tolerance||Normal chill|
|Plant Sizes||Normal: approx 70-130cm bare rooted; Small: approx 50-70cm bare rooted|
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