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Peasgood Non Such..........EAT + COOK.........MID

Raised (reputedly) by Mrs. Peasgood who is said to have grown the tree in a pot from a seed of a ‘Cathead’, Lincolnshire, about 1858. Mid . ( April) Flattish round, very large apple. Golden yellow-greenish with bright crimson flush. Flesh yellowish, soft, very juicy, sub-acid and aromatic. Pulps up well when cooked. Growth vigorous makes a large spreading tree. Cropping good. Probably self fertile.


Apple: Peasgood Nonesuch

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