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Apple (Malus) Tom Putt
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Tom Putt


Description: Tom putt is an old cooking apple. A very handsome, large cooking apple with bright red crimson streaks and a shiny skin. Flesh is white, tinged green. Firm, crisp, juicy and sharp. A light flavour and melting-sweet texture when they're cooked and also make a sharp cider and rich apple juice.

History: Raised by Rev. Tom Putt, Rector of Trent, Somerset, England in late 1700s. Was widely grown in west country and west Midlands for cider up to early 1900s.

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Uses for this variety

Suitable for cider Cider
Suitable for cooking Cooking
Suitable for juicing Juice

Fruit attributes

Flowering group 3 Flowering group 3
Disease resistance Disease resistance
Triploid Triploid
Suitable for juicing Suitable for juicing
Picking month Early September Picking month Early September
Stores until November Stores until November