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Malus domestica Warners King

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  • Introduced:            late 1700's
  • Origin:                     Kent (?)
  • Use:                         Culinary
  • Pollination Group:   2
  • Pick:                         late September
  • Season:                    September - December
  • Mr Warner, a nurseryman from Gosforth, near Leeds sent an apple called King Apple to Thomas Rivers who prefixed it Warner's to distinguish it. The fruits are very large, flat round in shape and have a soft coarse texture. Was a popular Victorian cooking apple. Triploid.