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Apple

Malus domestica Arthur W Barnes

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  • Introduced:            1902
  • Origin:                     Eaton Hall, Chester, UK
  • Use:                         Culinary
  • Pollination Group:   3
  • Pick:                         mid September
  • Season:                    September - October
  • Having a distinctly red flush to the skin, many people are suprised to learn that Arthur W Barnes is a cooking apple whick produces a good flavoured sauce. The apple was raised at Eaton Hall by the head gardener to the Duke of Westminster, a Mr N F Barnes