Apple - Lord Lambourne

£20.00 - £66.00
Type: 
Dessert
Ready to pick: 
September
Use fruit: 
October - December
Pollination: 
Group B (partially self-fertile)
Botanic Name: 
Malus domestica 'Lord Lambourne'
Originated: 
Bedfordshire,UK (1907)
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Description

The yellow skinned fruit are flushed red, juicy and firm, and with excellent slightly aromatic flavour. It crops heavily, is easily grown, and its flowers are fairly resistant to frost, and makes a first-rate apple filling the gap between James Grieve (one of its parents) and Cox's Orange Pippin, it was raised in Bedford by The Laxton Brothers in 1907, but has a reputation for succeeding in colder wetter areas well to the north.

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