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Tydeman’s Late Orange

Tydeman's Late Orange, photo courtesy of oysters4me/Jon Rowley/flickr.com

Tydeman’s Late Orange, photo courtesy of oysters4me/Jon Rowley/flickr.com

A very late-maturing dessert apple with good flavour, that keeps well. As the tree gets older, the apples tend to get smaller. The fruits are very sensitive to brown rot and shrivel. A variety introduced in 1930 by East Malling Research station.

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