Keswick Codlin

Information from FruitFinder

Fruit type Apple
Culinary use Cook
Region Raised North West
County Raised Lancashire
Suppliers that stock this variety Adams Apples
Welsh Mountain Cider
Walcot Nursery
Chris Bowers
Orange Pippin Trees
Plants and Apples
Sarah Juniper
Scottish Fruit Trees
Keepers Nursery
Aylett Nurseries
Frank Matthews
Bernwode Plants
Southern Fruit Trees
R V Roger
Heritage Fruit Tree Company
Graft wood available at
National Fruit Collection
Notes Found growing on a heap of rubbish at Gleaston Castle near Ulverston, Lancashire, England. It was recorded in 1793.
Synonyms Barron Cocagee, White Codlin, Everbearing, Pinder's Apple

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