One of the definitive Victorian cooking apples, with soft, juicy, acidic flesh, that cooks to a puree.
The apples keep well, and can also be eaten fresh if you like a sharp apple.
Victoria author Robert Hogg sums this variety up very well: " ... a marvellous bearer, and rarely fails to produce a crop".
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Lane's Prince Albert is quite easy to grow and performs well in most climates, including wetter climates. It is an excellent choice for if you are looking to grow a good quality cooking apple in less than ideal conditions.
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Lane's Prince Albert was discovered in the 1840s and named and introduced by Lanes Nursery of Berkhamsted. It is possibly a seedling of Dumelow's Seedling.