Keswick Codlin


SKU: Keswick Codlin (B) Category:


An old favourite. Green, good cropper, with a sharp juicy soft refreshing flavour. The tree fruits well in the North.  According to Robert Hogg in The Fruit Manual the original tree was found growing behind a wall at Gleaston Castle near Ulverston, Lancs in a rubbish heap. Mr John Sander then introduced the Apple in about 1790 from his nursery in Keswick. Self-sterile

Type – Cooker

Pick – September

Store – October

Group – B(2) Partially self-fertile