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Amber

Identification: Medium size, round to round flattened. Base colour is green over which is a pale brownish blush and intermittent red broken stripes on the sun-exposed face. The calyx is tightly closed and on the small side in a shallow basin. The stem is very short and stout, in a very shallow cavity.

Characteristics: Yellowish-white flesh. Tender and firm.

Origins: Raised before 1936 at Chelmsford, Essex (U.K.) by W. Seabrook and Sons

Ploidism: Diploid. Self sterile.

Type(s): Dessert


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Ambree
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summary: not available

Ambro
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Type: Dessert

characteristics: sweet, crisp and juicy

Ambri
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Type: Dessert, Eating

summary: An indigenous varietal, highly regarded by apple lovers in India but virtually unknown elsewhere.

Synonyms: Amri

Amur
Amur
Type: Jelly, Ornamental

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