History & Description
The Mareda apple variety was first grown in 1926 by A.C. Nash of Scutes Farm near Hastings, from a pip of the American apple Winesap.
It produces a large handsomely flushed orange-red apple, striped in bright red over yellow green, that is oblong-conical in shape.
The apple has firm flesh and a distinctive sweet, winey or sweet melon taste.
The variety grows vigorously with biennial cropping and can be picked in mid October.
Pollination day: F12
- MM106 – semi-dwarfing rootstock
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