|Hybrid parentage||Possibly 'Worcester Pearmain' × 'Beauty of Bath'|
With Worcester Pearmain as one of its parents, the fruits are typically similar in appearance to it, being small-medium in size, with small patches of yellow and largely flushed with crimson, sometimes completely covering the fruit, but tend to be slightly flatter.
The tree is a mid-season flowering variety, with fruits maturing relatively quickly, by August, and generally have good keeping qualities.
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