Grenadier apple


A medium to large early baking apple with yellowish-green skin recorded since 1862. It was exhibited at the Crystal Palace Show in 1863 by Charles Turner of Slough. It was awarded the Royal Horticultural Society First Class Certificate in 1883. It cooks down to a pale cream purée. This very early-season variety is harvested from mid-August in South-East England and does not store well.