Quarrentine apple


A name for Devonshire Quarrenden, an old variety of eating apple with an almost strawberry-like, to which references were made as long ago as 1678. It stands up to wind and rain. It may have originated in France. This early-season variety produces a yellow apple flushed blushed with crimson which is harvested from mid-August and has poor storage properties.

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