DescriptionIntroduced in 1871 in Kent by Mr Gascoyne, this variety produces beautiful red and pale yellow-green fruit that are highly prized by exhibitors, which yield an attractive pink juice! The flavour of the fruit is sweet and dry, but with a refreshing acidity. The fruit cooks to a greenish-yellow well-flavoured puree. Trees are vigorous, upright-spreading, and good croppers (although may be partially tip-bearing), and are known to succeed in the Clyde valley.
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