Description: Isaac Newton is known as the 'Flower of Kent'. Although not the most attractive, its historic background is interesting and makes this variety very special. It's fruit is large, greenish-yellow with dull red stripes. Cooks well to a smooth puree.
History: Original name is not known. Material from a tree growing in Isaac Newton's garden at Woolsthorpe, Lincolnshire in 1600 has been retained over the years by repropagation. Sir Isaac Newton had the inspiration for his theory of gravity whilst sitting under an apple tree and pondering why apples fall.