|Regular carton size
M26 maiden (semi dwarfing), MM111 maiden (semi-vigorous)
|Type of Apple
An unusual variety. Doddin apples are small bright green, smooth skinned and elongated becoming ripe in late July / early August. Juicy and sweet.
Pollination group – C
Picking time – early August
Storage until – does not keep
An unusual apple mostly found around Redditch, Worcestershire. The apples are bright green, smooth skinned and turn somewhat yellowish as they become ripe in late July / early August. They are small and somewhat elongated. Juicy and sweet. Ripening early they do not keep so should be consumed quickly.
Pollination group – C Picking time – early August Storage until – does not keep