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Golden Noble Apple
Malus domestica 'Golden Noble'
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Golden Noble is one of the apples with the highest content of Vitamin C. It is a large, round apple with bright yellow fruit sometimes spotted with red. Creamy white flesh that cooks into a nice sauce. The tree is somewhat of a tip bearer, upright and spreading but with average vigor. Ripens in September. Deer LOVE Golden Noble and will browse it extensively.
Alternate Names: Glow of the West, John Peel, Lady Richardson, Golden Stranger, Carlisle Codlin
Golden Noble orignated in England but was only introduced to the US around 1820. It is often used for both cooking and as a base for cider.
Grandpa has found that those pesky deer love to browse Golden Noble and will chose it over other varieties, so be sure to protect it from this kind of "critter" damage.