Gascoyne's Scarlet Apples
Gascoyne's Scarlet are large-sized apples. They have pale green skin, which is red on the side that got the sun.
They have firm, somewhat juicy flesh, that will be pink just below the skin.
The aromatic flesh has a taste which is sharp when first harvested, but which mellows and becomes sweeter in storage.
The tree has showy blossoms in the spring, and delivers large crops in October.
Good for juice. The flesh yields a pink juice.
Gascoyne's Scarlet Apples were developed by a Mr Gascoyne of Bapchild Court, Sittingbourne, Kent, England around 1871.
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