DescriptionAnother fantastic dessert apple raised by Mr. Tydeman at East Malling in Kent in 1930 from Laxton's Superb and Cox's Orange Pippin. His 'late' greenish-yellow fruit, overlaid with dark purplish-red, are crisp, hard and juicy with an intensely rich Cox-like flavour. The fruit mellow slightly and sweeten in storage but remain very good until May if stored correctly. The blossom is very frost resistant. Crops are heavy - thin to produce larger fruit.
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