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Apple

Malus domestica New Bess Pool

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  • Introduced:            1850
  • Origin:                     Stanton by Dale, Yorkshire
  • Use:                         Dessert
  • Pollination Group:   6
  • Pick:                         early October
  • Season:                    December - February
  • Said to have been raised by J. Stevens of Stanton by Dale, this long keeping apple turns yellow on the shaded side and flushes red when exposed to the sun. The apple had a crisp flesh that is greenish white with a good flavour.