DescriptionRe-discovered in old orchard at Stowe Hall, in Bardolph, Norfolk in 1820 but listed in the fruit catalogue of W Perfect of Pontefract in 1769. This is an excellent culinary apple, which is said to make the best apple pies! Stores very well, and mellows to become a brisk, richly flavoured eating apple by spring.
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