DescriptionVery old cider variety offering small fruit with a vintage quality sweet to mild bittersweet juice. Arose in Devon around 1710. Was extensively planted in the West Country. Sweet Alford makes a large upright tree giving good crops of sweet, crisp and juicy apples that make it a pleasant eating apple too.
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