Beauties of Wellington Apple ScionwoodThis is a twig for grafting. Fall-Winter. Wellington Johnson James (c. 1861-1945) introduction, Charlotte, Washington County, ME, before 1940.
Native Maine late-fall dessert variety introduced to John in the 1990s by Paul Molyneaux of Whiting, Maine. Brilliant, extremely shiny red round-conic fruit is covered with a mass of small white dots. A real knockout! These are the “beauties” of Wellington. Off-white flesh with a hint of pink when ripe.
Ready to eat about November 1 in central Maine. Z4.
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