DescriptionRaised in about 1750 either by Paton the gardener at Cambusnethan House or at the Cambusnethan Monastery. One of a number of notable fruit from the Clyde Valley (The Garden Valley), the fruits have fine textured flesh with little juice and a sweet, faintly perfumed flavour. One of Scotlands finest eating apples (Hancox), and a good keeper.
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