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Dabinett

 

Dabinett, photo courtesy of Edmund French/flickr.com

Dabinett, photo courtesy of Edmund French/flickr.com

Dabinett, introduced in 1860 in Somerset (it was discovered by William Dabinett as a natural seedling in a hedge), grows into a small tree; it is a very fertile variety, and a regular cropper. It is diploid and self-fertile. It produces bitter-sweet fruit that is ready to harvest in late October-early November. Its quality is such that it is frequently used to make a mono-varietal cider.

Click here to go to the Tree Varieties page, where you can select this and other varieties in a provisional order

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