History & Description
Crawley Reinette is a medium-sized cooking apple that becomes sweeter after storage.
The variety was first grown by J.Cheal & Sons of Crawley in the early 1900s.
The apple is flushed orange-red with some russeting. The fruit ripens in early October and can be stored until February.
Pollination day: F15
- MM106 – semi-dwarfing rootstock, available December 2018
- M25 – very vigorous rootstock, available December 2018.
Cost: £20 / tree
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