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St. Edmunds Russet

St. Edmunds Russet

St. Edmunds Russet

An early russet apple, whose fruit tends to be small, with fair flavour, and does not keep well. The variety is suitable for the North. It originated from Bury St. Edmunds in Suffolk, and it was introduced in 1870.

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