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Apple

Malus domestica Court of Wick

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  • Introduced:            1790
  • Origin:                     Yatton, Somerset
  • Use:                         Dessert / Cider
  • Pollination Group:   4
  • Pick:                         early October
  • Season:                    )ctober -
  • Said to have originated at Court of Wick, Clayerham, near Yatton, Somerset and thought to be aseedling of Golden Pippin. Depending on the soil, the orange flush can be red. The flesh is yellow, has a good sweet flavour belying its small appearance