DescriptionRaised in Cambridgeshire by Mr. Chivers of Histon around 1920, this is a very attractive late dessert apple, which is hardy and suitable for the North. It crops heavily and keeps extremely well. The fruit are pale yellow with some orange-red flushing, firm and juicy, with a fine-textured flesh and a medium-sweet honey flavour that keep until well into the new year.
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