Bramley's Seedling

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Noun1.Bramley's Seedling - very large cooking apple
cooking apple - an apple used primarily in cooking for pies and applesauce etc
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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.
Cuttings were taken to grow in a nursery in 1856 on condition they were named Bramley's Seedling.
This symptom is called bitter pit and Bramley's Seedling is particularly susceptible, being a vigorous tree that produces large fruits.
Bramley's Seedling is the definitive cooking apple producing an attractive, clear green puree, but this variety does seem to produce large spreading trees unsuited for today's smaller gardens.
(e) One apple is a cooking variety: Cox's Orange Pippin, Bramley's Seedling, Discovery.
A standard Bramley's Seedling is probably the best cooking apple you can grow.
If you have no option but to plant in a valley, try a late-blooming variety like Bramley's Seedling, Court-Pendu Plat, Mother, Cox's Orange Pippin, Mollie's Delicious, Ralls Janet, or Sweet Sixteen.
'Gravenstein', 'Newtown Pippin', 'Melrose', 'Granny Smith', 'Boskoop' 'Bramley's Seedling'
MR and Mrs Fearnley from Mirfield have had a very bad setting of apples on their Bramley's Seedling apple tree, despite have had many years of bumper crops and they would like to know whether it is their fault or not.
They include self-fertile versions of the apples Cox's Orange Pippin and Bramley's Seedling, splendid varieties for the South but unlikely to thrive in the North.