Pomiferous

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Name:

Pollination group:

Scarlet

Identification: large yellowish green striped bright red.

Characteristics: white, firm, juicy sweet

Origins: Akane X Starking Delicious at theNagamo Station, Perfectural Fruit Tree Experiment Station, Japan, introduced, 1984

Cultivation: Moderately vigorous, spreading.Tip bearer.

Ploidism: Self sterile.

8 weeks

Cold storage: Keeps two months.

Harvest: In the first half of the third period.

Harvest period: 3

Status: apple


Associated apples:

Arthur W. Barnes
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Type: apple

characteristics: The flesh is greenish, fine?grained and crisp. Very juicy and tart.

Synonyms: A.W. Barnes

Hollandbury
Hollandbury
Type: culinary

characteristics: The flesh is greenish-white, tender and juicy. Brisk.

Synonyms: Bland’s Summer Pippin, Bon Rouge, Bonne Rouge, Hallingsbury, Hanbury, ...

Crofton Red
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Type: dessert

characteristics: The flesh is white, crisp and sweet.

Synonyms: Crofton, Cato's Seedling.

Fairy
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Type: apple

characteristics: The flesh is yellow, firm, crisp, very juicy, brisk and flavourful with hints of strawberry..

Millicent Barnes
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Type: apple

characteristics: The flesh is greenish white, fine?grained, crisp, firm. Juicy, sharp and very mild flavour. Keeps two months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Millicent

Old Middlemas
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Type: apple

characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, tender, juicy and sweet. Well flavoured. Keeps up to two months in cold storage.

Oxford Beauty
Oxford Beauty
Type: dessert

characteristics: The flesh is white with some red stains next to the skin. Fine-grained, crisp and tender. Juicy, sweet and lightly flavoured.

Scarlet Nonpareil
Scarlet Nonpareil
Type: apple

characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, fine grained and firm. Juicy and intensely sweet and fruity.

Synonyms: New Scarlet Nonpareil, Saint Augustine’s Orange, Sheppard’s Nonpareil