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Swiss Limbertwig Apples



Swiss Limbertwig are medium-sized apples, with purplish maroon skin covered with dots.

The flesh has very good flavour.

The tree has weeping branches typical of Limbertwig apple trees.

Cooking Tips

For fresh-eating.

History Notes

Swiss Limbertwig Apples originated in the Cumberland Mountains (southern section of the Appalachian Mountains) in America, possibly with Swiss who settled there.

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