Bradley's Beauty


A very hardy and disease resistant variety found on the mosses in Witherslack by Mr. Bob Bradley in 1975, thought to be a wilding originating in the mid 20th C. A mid season dual purpose apple which sweetens as it matures. Pick from October, for use to year end. Trees are upright and vigorous. Fruit large, conical with deep & open eye, ripening from light green to yellow with red flecks. Flesh crisp, drops to a sauce on cooking.

Origin: Cumbria
Vigour: Very large

Approximate size indication depending on rootstock: