The shiny skin is bright red and very flavourful.
Inside, the white, finely-textured flesh is crisp and juicy.
These fragrant apples are very popular at Christmas for use in wreaths and centrepieces.
These apples bake well and juice well.
Lady Apples date back centuries. They have been grown in France since at least the end of the 1500s. They were first recorded in 1628.
Some sources think that this apple was found in the Apis Forests in Brittany. Some even speculate that it was the apple Romans knew as the “Appian Apple”.