Exeter X Apple

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Exeter X Apple
An uncommon heirloom variety from the West Country with delicious early fruits. One for the connoisseur to try. Has some scab resistance.
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Bristol raised, 1924, from a cross between two famous earlies – Worcester Pearmain and Beauty of Bath. This is an early apple that has the benefit of ripening over along period. A good variety, also of interest to those seeking heritage or regional varieties.

Exeter X Apple tree – Season:

August to September.

Exeter X Apple - appearance:

Medium sized bright red flush, a pretty apple.

Exeter X apple trees – flavour:

Quite sharp and refreshing, juicy.

Uses:

An early dessert apple, also makes a good juice.

Cropping & Growth

Medium vigour, heavily cropping. Best eaten from the tree and with individual fruits ripening over an extended period, can be a good addition to any collection.

Exeter X - Pollination: ‘B’ Pollination group, so use varieties with the same or adjacent pollinating prefixes. Here are some good suggested varieties:

Discovery

Elstar

Bountiful

Adams Pearmain

Crimson Queening

Empire
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