Gooseberry Apple (dwarf)
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Syn. Gooseberry Pippin. First recorded in 1831. Grown widely in 19th century Kent for the London markets. A late-keeping culinary apple known for its acidity. Makes a sharp tasting puree.
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- Pollination Group: PG3
- Uses: Cooking
- Harvest: March - April