Apple - Irish Peach

(Malus domestica 'Irish Peach')

Apple - Irish Peach
Apple - Irish Peach Apple - Irish Peach Apple - Irish Peach Apple - Irish Peach

despatched between November 2020 and March 2021

   
Size Price £ ea £/10
Maiden (M106) Buy £16.50 blank
Bush (M106) Buy £25.00 blank
Half Standard (M106) sold out blank
Cordon (M106) sold out blank

Type: Dessert

Pollination Group: B - self sterile

Pick: August

Use: August

Originated 1819 from Kilkenny, Ireland

Description: A fine quality early dessert apple, that was very popular in Victorian and Edwardian times. Also known as Early Crofton, this was raised in Ireland and introduced into England in 1819 by the Kilkenny nurseryman John Robertson. Pale yellow with orange-red flushing, this is best eaten straight off the tree when it has a lovely rich flavour, plenty of juice and is deliciously aromatic. The tree itself is moderately vigorous, slightly spreading in habit and a pure tip-bearer.

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