Lady Henniker apple

/LAY-dee HEH-ni-kuh/

A variety of all-purpose apple raised in the 1840s at Thornham Hall, the estate of Lord Henniker, at Eye in Suffolk. It was subsequently introduced commercially in 1873 by John Perkins, the Hed Gardener. It received the Royal Horticultural Society First Class Certificate in 1873. It is yellow, flushed with red and has November to January.