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Edward VII

Edward VII

Edward VII

A cooking apple particularly suited to the North of England. It flowers very late and therefore escapes a lot of the spring frosts. It is one of the longest-keeping apples known. It is of average size and a first-rate cooking apple. It does need a late flowering pollinator such as Crawley Beauty. Both apples keep very well until the following spring. Trees are not readily available. It needs to be ordered well in advance of the planting season (December to March).

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