DescriptionRaised by H. M. Tydeman in 1929, this is a very good second-early eating apple. The attractive scarlet-flushed fruits have a good rich flavour, sweet with a slightly acidic bite. Needs quite a lot of room, as growth does tend to be spreading, but crops very heavily.
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