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Malus domestica Red Flesh ‘Hidden Rose’/’Airlie Red Flesh’ (M.26 Rootstock)


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Malus ‘Hidden Rose’/’Airlie Red Flesh’ may be the best of all red fleshed varieties with rose-red, juicy, crisp, firm, sugary, and richly flavoured flesh.


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Malus ‘Hidden Rose’/’Airlie Red Flesh’ (Red Flesh) - An amazing red fleshed apple, this recently discovered cultivar may be the best of all red fleshed varieties and, indeed, would be an outstandingly delicious apple no matter the colour of the flesh. ‘Hidden Rose’ has a beautiful yellow skin with pale whitish dots. The flesh is deep rose-red, juicy, crisp, firm, sugary, and richly flavoured. Ripens late (October) and keeps well throughout the winter. Rootstock: M.26 (Dwarf).


Common Name: Red Flesh Apple

Family: Rosaceae (The Rose Family)

Zone Hardiness: 4-9

Light: Full Sun, Part Sun

Height: 10-15'

Width: 10' and over

Primary Bloom Colour: Pink

Secondary Bloom Colour: White/Cream

Class: Deciduous

Type: Tree

Bloom Time: Spring

Soil Moisture: Average, Moist

Stem Colour:

Fragrance: No

Berries: Yes

Berries: Red

Benefits: Bees

Deer Resistant: Unknown

BC Native: No

Native Habitat:

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Geogrpahical Origin: Miscellaneous - Garden Origin

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