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Pollination group:

Beauty of Stoke

Identification: Medium size, conic. Greenish yellow skin, sometimes with a striped red blush on the sun exposed face. Slightly russeted. .

Characteristics: The flesh is firm and sweet

Uses: Dessert apple but also frequently used for cooking. Makes a sweet bright yellow sauce.

Origins: Raised by Mr Doe, Head Gardener to Lord Saville at Rufford Abbey, Nottinghamshire, UK. First recorded in 1889. Received RHS First Class Certificate 1890.

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous, upright spreading spur bearer. Ripens middle to late second period.

Ploidism: Self sterile. Group E. Day 16.

Type(s): Cooking, Dessert, Sauce

Pollination group: E

Pollination day: 16