despatched between November 2018 and March 2019
|Size||Price £ ea||£/10|
|Maiden (M106)||Buy £18.00||blank|
|Bush (M106)||Buy £27.50||Buy £247.50|
Pollination Group: C - self sterile
Use: November - March
Originated 1730 from Nottinghamshire, UK
Description: Famous old English apple, discovered in the 1700's in a Nottinghamshire wood by Bess Pool. The fruit achieved local fame for outstanding flavour and was taken up by a local nurseryman. Large oblong flat-sided fruit with a beautiful crimson flush - the flesh is rich and sweet. Can be shy to crop - dust with sulphate of potash every spring.