Grown by the Allens in Westminster, Vermont, these grafted trees come in 7-gallon pots and are ready to plant. Supplies are very limited
Late Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. The variety's exact origin is unknown, though it was first planted around Crediton, Devon, in the 19th century. Small-to-medium roundish-conic yellow fruit mostly covered with a netting of golden russet and sometimes featuring a soft reddish blush. High in bitterness and astringency. Combine with other late varieties.