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Keswick Codlin

Culinary apple

Malus domestica Borkh.

Found growing on a heap of rubbish at Gleaston Castle near Ulverston, Lancashire, England. It was recorded in 1793. Introduced by nurseryman John Sander at Keswick, Cumbria, England. Fruits have soft, rather coarse-textured, somewhat dry and acid flesh.

Synonyms:
Codlin de Keswick, Codlin de Koswick, Codlin Keswick, Everbearing, Keswick, Keswick Codling, Keswicker Kuchen Apfel, Keswicker Kuchenapfel, Keswicks Codling, Kodlin kesvikskii, Koswick Codlin, Koswicker Kuchenapfel, Pinder's Apple, White Codlin
Availability
Material available from the National Fruit Collection.
Material held in the Marcher Apple Network collections (Tredomen)
Father to:
Emneth Early
Shape
Broad globose conical 2
Size
medium-large 2
Height
65.50mm 2
Width
72.50mm 2
Ribbing
medium 2
Ground Colour
Yellow 2
Over Colour
Red 2
Flesh Colour
Yellowish 2

Accession No.
2000 - 053

  

Accession name
Keswick Codlin
Flowering time  ›››
30th April10% flowering
5th MayFull (80%) flowering
12th May90% petal fall
Picking time
Mid August 1


References:
1. NFC fruit (undated) Unpublished characterisation by staff at NFC, Brogdale.
2. Smith, M. (1971) National Apple Register