Crimson Bramley

The Crimson Bramley apple was first discovered growing on a branch of a Bramley's Seedling tree in Southwell, Nottinghamshire in 1913.

 

The only difference between the Crimson Bramley and its progenitor is the colour of the apple's skin. Whilst Bramley's Seedling is green with some red flushing, Crimson Bramley is predominantly red or crimson, as its name suggests. 

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