A very good choice for a late cooker and a very valuable variety to add to a collection, giving large, good quality fruits suitable for all kitchen purposes, well into Spring.
Annie Elizabeth – Season:
A very late variety. Harvest as late as possible, in November. Will store with ease until March, and sometimes later.
Annie Elizabeth – appearance:
Large and quite highyl coloured, developing a handsome dark red flush on the sunny side. Flesh fiurm and green/white, yellowing later.
Annie Elizabeth apple trees – flavour:
Reasonably sweet for a cooker when properly ripe.
Suitable for all culinary purposes and rends to keep it’s texture when coooked. Great for pies and crumbles.
Cropping & Growth
Vigorous and largely healthy hardy grower, capable of heavy crops.
Annie Elizabeth - Pollination: Pollination group is ‘C’ so choose any varieties in that group to partner.