Inside, they have finely-textured, firm flesh with a sweet, slightly-tart flavour.
Harvest around early October in England.
For fresh-eating. Can also be used for cooking, to a purée.
Best stored until November until eating. Stores until around March.
Belvoir Seedling Apples were developed by a W. H. Divers (possibly at Belvoir Castle, Leicestershire, England) from a cross between Annie Elizabeth and Dumelow’s Seedling.
The apple was recorded in 1935 by the British National Fruit Trials.
Shields, Steffie. The only way is up! A perfect month to visit Belvoir Castle Gardens. Lincolnshire Life magazine. May 2009. Page 124.