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Anisa

Synonyms: Anisa Sagarra, Anisha, Apez Sagarra, Udarre Zagarra, Uggaria Zagarra

Identification: Small to medium size and round conic. The base colour is yellow over which is a wash of bright red with some scattered darker red stripes and russet lenticels. A thin brownish russet spreads across the faces of the apple from both the stem cavity and calyx basin. The eye is small, closed and set in a shallow, funnel shaped basin. The stem is medium long, slender but knobbed at the end and set in a deep and somewhat open cavity.

Characteristics: The flesh is white and tender. Fine-grained. Very juicy, sweet, somewhat acidic and with a distinct aniseed flavour.

Uses: Apple jelly, juice, cider

Origins: One of the best known apples from the Basque Nord region of France.

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous. Ready for harvest in the first half of the second period.

Ploidism: Diploid. Self sterile.

Harvest: In the middle of the fifth period.

Harvest period: 5

Type(s): Culinary, Cider, Jelly, Juice

Pollination group: G

Pollination day: 27


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