Howgate Wonder Fan - low stem - Traditional 5-7s (M26)

£51.50
Size: 
Fan - low stem - Traditional 5-7s (M26)
Type: 
Culinary
Pollination Group: 
Group D
Fertility: 
partially self-fertile
Rootstock: 
M26
Use: 
Very Late Season (Nov - April)
SKU: APPHOWW-46210-BCU

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Description

One of the largest cooking apples in cultivation, and one time holding the Guinness Book of Records (1997) for the weight of a single apple, this is a real beauty. Raised on the Isle of Wight in 1915 by G. Wratten at Howgate Lane, Bembridge, this is a cross between Newton Wonder and Blenheim Orange. A flattish apple, pale yellow-green with conspicuous red and orange striping, the flesh is firm, juicy and quite sweet when ripe and cooks well. This is a heavy and reliable cropper.This partially self-fertile culinary Apple is believed to have originated from Isle of Wight, UK in 1915