Heritage Apple. An ancient variety from Europe that is worth growing for the historical interest alone. The skin is yellow with a strong flush of red and lightly russeted. A good eating apple and can be used for making cider. Good disease resistance. Deciduous.
Heritage Apple. Now if you like Cider and why wouldn't you then this apple is a 'must have'. Valued for producing a slow-fermenting, full-bodied, quality 'hard' cider. The fruit are small, dark and maroon in colour with a 'bittersharp' flavour. Note this is not an eating apple. Deciduous.
Heritage Apple. Popular for Cider making due to its sharp taste. (Is that where it got it's name I wonder?) Green-bronze skin with a red blush ripening around March-April. Plant in full sun. Deciduous.