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scion swap - Discovered by John Braddick at Claygate, Surrey and exhibited to the Horticultural Society in 1821. It received an Award of Merit in 1901 and a First Class Certificate in 1921 from the Royal Horticultural Society. Fruits have firm, rather coarse textured juicy flesh with a rich aromatic flavour.
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Malus domestica ‘Claygate Pearmain eating apple’ (Apple eating). This variety has juicy flesh with a rich and nutty flavour. Good, regular crops, but can be poorly coloured. Season: Dec. - Feb.
They will prefer a cool, moist climate with full sun with fertile, well-drained, loamy soil. You must protect from strong winds.
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