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Pollination group:

Big Red Gala

Summary: Discovered as a limb mutation of the Kidd's D-8 near New Salisbury, Indiana (U.S.A.) in early 1990s. The fruit is large, tending to very large. The base colour is faded red, washed medium red and marked with numerous yellowish lenticels, no striping. Ripens at the same time as Gala.

Type(s): Dessert


Apples with a similar sounding name:

Big Red Gala
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