Inside, the flesh is sweet and juicy.
The tree is very productive and flowers with large pink blossoms.
Laxton’s Epicure Apples are good fresh-eating apples.
Laxton’s Epicure Apples do not store well.
Developed 1909 by Laxton Brothers in Bedfordshire England from a cross between Wealthy Apples and Cox’s Orange Pippin Apples, Laxton’s Epicure Apples were introduced in 1929.
Laxton’s Epicure Apples received the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1931.