Raised in about 1825 by Richard Cox at Colnbrook Lawn, Slough, Buckinghamshire and introduced by Charles Turner in about 1850. It received a First Class
Certificate from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1962. Fruits are juicy and sweet with a rich, aromatic, nutty flavour.
Type – Eater
Pick – October
Store – February
Group – B (2)
Beauty of Bath, Bountiful, Fortune, Egremont Russet, Gravestein (Green) Gravestein (Red) Lord Lambourne, Adams Pearmain, Arthur Turner, Belle De Boskoop, Bens Red, Blenheim Orange, Bloody Ploughmans, Bramley Seedling, Bramley 20, Charles Ross, Devonshire Quarrenden, Golden Noble, Greenadier, Idared, James Greive, Jupiter, Katy, Keswick Codlin, Kidds Orange Red, Knobby Russet, Rev W Wilkes, Ribston Pippin, Rosemary Russet, Spartan, Worcester Pearmain, Bramley Original, Crispin, Discovery, Early Victoria, Elstar, Gala Queen, Galaxy, George Cave, Granny Smith, Greensleeves, Holstein, Kingston Black, Lanes Prince Albert, Millers Seedling, Newton Wonder, Peasgood Nonsuch, Pitmaston Pineapple, Queen Cox, Red Pippin(fiesta), Sops in Wine, Sunset, Sweet Alford, Tom Putt, Vista Bella, Yarlington Mill, Gorgeous (Malus), Guardsman (Malus) John Downie (Malus) Pink Glow (Malus)