Arthur W Barnes apple


A variety of large, red flushed blushed cooking apple raised by N F Barnes at Eaton Hall in Chester in 1902 as a cross between Gascoyne's Scarlet and Cox's Orange Pippin. It cooks to a lemon coloured purée. It is a mid-season apple, harvested from mid-September in South-East England, is stored and is at its best from September to October.