A traditional and sought after cooking apple from Victorian England, this is apple is not quite as tart as Granny Smith. It's used in sauces and pies, and sliced into salads. It keeps well and becomes a bit sweeter over time.
Additionaly this apple is a tip bearer and said to grow well in cloastal, marine climates.
Origin: England, 1870's
Pollination: Group 4