Stoke Red

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A bittersharp English cider apple which gained attention in the 1920’s when surveys found trees growing in Rodney Stoke, England. It produces a sharp juice with a distinctive astringency, qualities favored for producing fine, sharp English cider. The tree is vigorous and a heavy cropper, but is usually slow to bear. Fruit is waxy red with a fine aroma. Ripens late November to December.

Stoke Red Fruit
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  1. Stetson
    Stetson01-22-2016

    May I have a price list please. Very interested in placing an order

    • Ron Joyner
      Ron Joyner02-02-2016

      Hi Jeremy,
      We appreciate your interest in our heirloom apples and are pleased you contacted us.

      All the information regarding the prices of our apple trees can be found on our website at http://bighorsecreekfarm.com/pricing-information/. Basically, our trees are priced at $20 each with a small added charge for shipping and handling. For orders of 10 or more trees we offer a discount in the tree prices and shipping costs.

      Please feel free to contact us anytime if you have any other questions. Thanks again for your interest.

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