Belle de Boskoop Apple (dwarf)
Thought to be a bud sport of Reinette de Montfort. Found by K.J.W. Ottolander, Boskoop, The Netherlands in 1856, it received an Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1897.
One of the better cooking apples, the aromatic flesh remains crisp and firm when cooked making it ideal for pies and tarts. A TRIPLOID variety which requires a pollinator, but has no viable pollen.
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- Pollination Group: PG2
- Uses: Cooking
- Harvest: March - April
- Features: Top seller