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Pollination group:


Synonyms: Alfred Hage’s , Marglemer, Marlemer?Stribling

Identification: Medium size, oblong conic.The base colour is greenish yellow, blushed red on the sun exposed side over which are wide, darker red, broken stripes. The eye is small, tight and closed, set in a shallow basin surrounded with a very lightly knobbed crown. The stem is short and stout, set in a deep and narrow cavity.

Characteristics: The flesh is white, tender. Juicy, sweet tart and flavourful. Keeps three months in cold storage.

Uses: Dessert, cooking and cider.

Origins: NFC Thought to have originated at Maglemer, near Maribo in Lolland, Denmark. Introduced in about 1870 although known in the second half of the 1700s

Cultivation: Moderately vigourous, Produces heavy crops ready for harvest in the first half of the THIRD period.

Ploidism: Self sterile. Group B Day 7

Type(s): Cooking, Cider, Dessert

Pollination group: B

Pollination day: 7


Associated apples:

Type: Dessert, Eating

characteristics: The flesh is white. Coarse-grained, firm and melting. Juicy and sweet sharp. Aromatic.

Synonyms: Gulborg, Peter, Valk

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