alfriston apple variety
History & Description

The Alfriston apple variety was first grown in late 1700s by Mr Shepherd of Uckfield. It was originally named Shepherd’s Pippin. In 1819, it was renamed Alfriston by Mr Booker, who lived in the village.

The Alfriston is a yellowish green apple that is often flushed pink. It is a sharp cooking apple that is very good baked.

Pollination day: F10 Biennial

Available rootstock
  • MM106 – semi-dwarfing rootstock


Cost: £26

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