[nafex] Yellow Apple Photo

dwalsh/wchase wchase at interchange.ubc.ca
Mon May 14 00:45:53 EDT 2001


Jerry,

Sounds quite like St Edmunds Pippin: taste and texture of an Asian pear, thin
skin, bruises easily.  The rest of the description: ripens mid September,
resistant to scab, medium, flat-round, tree moderate vigor, upright, spreading,
hardy, good cropper, Suffolk ~1875

I think you'll have to send the photo to me privately... please compress it to
save time and space

Derry

Derry Walsh & Bill Chase  email:wchase at interchange.ubc.ca
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"Hey Dad this tastes just like an Asian pear". The
: apples were medium is size, roundish to conical, with pale thin yellow skin
: that bruised easily and numerous greenish-brown dots.  The flesh was white,
: very sweet but not exactly crisp or juicy.  The apples were fully ripe on
: Labor Day weekend
.  Jerry Appleseed




 

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