This NZ-bred apple now surpasses Cox Orange as Britain‘s most popular eating apple. Creamy, fine textured, crisp, sweet and juicy flesh. Regarded as one of the world’s finest apples. Matures in February.
In most areas apples are often pollinated by other apples or crabapples close by. If unsure, you will need to plant two varieties that cross pollinate. Please see in-store details.
MM102 = similar to MM106 but performs better in wetter sites.
Picture and information are a guide only. Stock may vary from store to store.
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