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scion swap - Raised by Charles Turner at Slough, Bucks, and introduced by him in 1915.
It's a partially self-fertile variety which produces fruit earlier in the year than most. Well known for its particularly attractive blossom and then large apples, for which it received an Award of Garden Merit in 1945.
It is a strong grower and tends to be more upright. When cooked it requires little sugar.
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Malus domestica ‘Arthur Turner eating apple’ (Apple eating). This is a cooking variety the fruits are large pale green-yellow flush purple brown. It can be stored for about 2 months. It is a flavoursome cooker. Large, golden exhibition fruit. Good, regular crops; prone to mildew; some resistance to scab. Striking, deep pink blossom, for which AM 1945. Season: Sept. - Nov.
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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