Yellow Ingestrie apple variety was named after Ingestrie Hall in Shropshire. Though the fruit is small, it was very highly esteemed in Victorian times particularly around Christmas when it was used for table displays and ornamental kissing boughs. This variety produces attractive flowers also. Makes a small, hardy tree. This is my idea of a must have tree but unfortunately I only have a few available.
Flowering Group: 3 (Pollinated by varieties from groups 2, 3 or 4)