DescriptionOne of the very best alternatives to Coxs Orange Pippin for the North of England, this variety was raised by Rev. C.C. Ellison of Bracebridge, and introduced in 1911. The golden fruits which are flushed and striped red, are of medium size, round, slightly conical and with flat ends. The trees growth is moderate and rather upright with slender branches. Fruit is very juicy and richly flavoured when fully ripe, a reliable cropper and the flower resists Spring frosts.
For help with choosing the correct rootstock for your needs, please click here A Guide to Rootstocks
For help with choosing the correct size and shape, please click here A Guide to Fruit Tree Shapes