Bramley’s Seedling

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An old English variety dating to the 1700’s from Southwell, Nottinghamshire. Today in Southwell there is a public house known as “The Bramley Apple.” Long considered by many apple enthusiasts as the “worlds best cooking apple”, Bramley’s Seedling quickly gained favor in this country for its tangy, sharp flavor and outstanding cider-making qualities. Fruit is very large and greenish-yellow in color with light red striping. Harvested from October through November and considered a fair keeper.

Bramleys Seedling Fruit
Bramleys Seedling Bloom
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