Lord Hindlip apple tree is a late Victorian dessert apple variety named after a Worcester estate owner. Lord Hindlip produces a handsome crimson flushed apple. This variety is rich and aromatic with a deep cream flesh. Lord Hindlip keeps very well and it’s disease resistance is very good.
Originated: UK 1896
Flowering Group: 3 (Pollinated by varieties from groups 2, 3 or 4)
RHS Award 1898