Tentation

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Tentation
Malus 'Delblush'.jpg
Genus Malus
Species Malus domestica
Hybrid parentage 'Grifer' ('Blushing Golden') × 'Golden Delicious'
Cultivar Tentation
Origin  France, 1979

Tentation® delblush is a new commercial apple variety (also known as Delblush), that was created in France[1] in 1979 by Georges Delbard as the result of a crossing of Grifer (Blushing Golden) × Golden Delicious.[2]

New Zealand is the sole southern hemisphere grower of Tentation, providing fruit domestically and to the northern hemisphere from June to September. In the late 1990s, a selected group of New Zealand fruit growers started planting Tentation trees. It is also grown in the United Kingdom.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tentation - about". Retrieved 4 July 2010. 
  2. ^ orangepippin.com Retrieved 11/1/2015.
  3. ^ Product label, Marks & Spencer, July 2010

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