Apple ‘Bloody Ploughman’
This is an old variety from Carse of Gowrie where a ploughman was shot by a gamekeeper for stealing apples and this apple arose from one of the pips. It is a very distinctive red and ribbed apple. The flesh is stained pink when very ripe and has a crisp and juicy, light taste. It’s season of use is from September to November. Flowering Group 2.
Containerised Trees are supplied from September to August. Bare Root Trees are supplied from November to March