Byfleet Seedling apple

/BIGH-fleet SEED-ling/

A variety of very large, crips cooking apple raised in 1915 in Byfleet in Surrey by George Carpenter as a cross between Bramley's Seedling and Lane's Prince Albert. It cooks to a light purée. This is a late-season apple, harvested from early October in South-East England, is stored and is at its best between October and January.