Scotch Bridget is a popular Scottish cooking apple, and also found in gardens in Cumbria and south-west England.
Its popularity is partly down to its good cooking qualities, and partly its ability to thrive in the mild but wet conditions encountered in the north west of England and Scotland. It can also be eaten fresh - if you like a sharper apple.
The apples are juicy and moderately acidic, and will keep for several months. When cooked they retain most of their shape.
All pot-grown trees are suitable for planting out in the garden, some are suitable for growing in containers.
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Scotch Bridget is a good choice for anyone wanting to grow apples in a damp wet climate It also ripens a bit later than other varieties usually found in the north-west.
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Scotland, 19th century.