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Malus domestica - M26. Dessert apple discovered in a hedge by John Braddick in Claygate, Surrey in the early 1800's. Flowering Group 4. Small to medium-sized fruit. Yellow-flushed red with variable russet. Firm juicy flesh with a rich aromatic nutty flavour. Good for northerly cold areas with high rainfall. An excellent keeper. Pick in October. Priced for: 1 x Step-Over, 2 years old. Approx 30cm high, 1 metre wide