Sturmer

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Sturmer

(ˈstɜːmə)
n
(Cookery) a variety of eating apple having a pale green skin and crisp tart flesh
[C19: named after Sturmer, Suffolk]
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Grow a variety that will store well, such as Egremont Russet, Kidd's Orange Red, Sturmer Pippin, Bramley's Seedling, Lord Derby and Newton Wonder.
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Firstly, with apples, make sure you grow a variety that will store well, such as Egremont Russet, Kidd's Orange Red, Sturmer Pippin, Bramley's Seedling, Lord Derby and Newton Wonder.
Even when the industry was in its pre-war infancy, Cox's Orange and Sturmer Pippins were grown so that consumers could enjoy fresh fruit during the summer when the English season finished.