From Nottinghamshire, England circa 1809 and still esteemed as the very finest cooking and pie apple. Very large, greenish yellow fruit has broad broken brown and red stripes. The firm flesh cooks to perfection with rich juice and no hard pieces. Also know as a good cider apple. Bramleys is rated among the highest in phytonutrients and vitamin C content. It is scab and mildew resistant, blooms late, but is a triploid which means it is pollinated by other apple trees but will not cross pollinate in return.
NEEDS A POLLENIZER | ZONE 4/5 | HARVEST: EARLY OCT.