Brought to notice in 1826 and introduced and exhibited by R. Adams from Herefordshire. A popular Edwardian and Victorian dessert apple. Fruits are juicy and a little sweet, with a pleasant aromatic flavour.
Type – Eater
Pick – Early October
Store – March
Group – B(2)
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