History of the Dalice apple
Raised 1933-37 by A.C. Nash, Scutes Farm, Hastings, East Sussex from the pip of a New Zealand Cox’s Orange Pippin.
Description of fruit
The Dalice apple has a rich, delicate, aromatic flavour which is reminiscent of but not as intense as Cox. The flavour can be less interesting and the colour poor.
Flowering and pollination
Flowering day: F12
How to identify a Dalice apple
Apples can be identified by sending them to the National Fruit Collection at Brogdale or by bringing a sample to Apple Day Brighton, where an expert pomologist will be on hand to identify apples. From each tree, bring three or more ripe fruits and a shoot with representative leaves.
Where to buy a Dalice apple tree
Please contact us for details of our supplier for Sussex apple varieties.