Claygate Pearmain

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A very high quality English dessert apple, found growing in a hedge by John Braddick of Claygate, in the county of Surrey in England. Fruit has a rich, nutty flavor with a good balance of sugars and acids. Skin is dull green, partially covered with a grayish-orange flush and overlaid with a scaly russet coating. Flesh is greenish-white, firm, crisp and juicy. Ripens in October.

Claygate Pearmain Fruit
Claygate Pearmain Bloom
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