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Apple - Hastings

£25.00 - £37.00
Type: 
Cider
Pollination: 
Group D
Botanic Name: 
Malus domestica 'Hastings'
Originated: 
Bristol,UK (2007)
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Description

One of the best from these new Long Ashton selections, and introduced as a new bittersweet cider variety at Long Ashton Research Station, where trees were named in rows. And, as this apple grew in row 10, and was tree number 66 - hence it got its name from the Battle of Hastings 1066! Produces good regular crops of large fruit, making sweet astringent and slightly acidic juice.

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