DescriptionThe tree is very prolific and of compact growth, making it an ideal variety in small gardens. It is a reliable and heavy cropper with flowers tolerant of late frosts, and making good growth in more exposed locations on the moors. Originating from Boreham in Essex, about 1888, the fruit is yellow with red flush, and another challenger to Bramley for a top quality culinary apple.
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