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Fruit ripening time: May - June


Considered one of the best cider apples, producing a bitter-sharp and slightly astringent juice. Can be used to make a single varietal cider.


The fruit is small with yellow-green skin, striped with dark red.


The trees are not vigorous, but will crop heavily, tending towards a biannual crop.


Requires high chill hours to set fruit.


Uses: Creates a quality vintage bittersharp cider. Stores for approximately 3 weeks in refrigeration.


Pollinators: Five Crown Pippin, Brown’s Apple, Yarlington Mill, and late white flowering Crabapple especially the ornamental M. ioensis ‘Plena’.


Flowering Group 6, very late to flower.

Stoke Red Scion

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