Charles Ross apple as the name suggests was raised by a Mr Charles Ross at Welford Park Gardens, Newbury, Berkshire. Very hardy dual purpose variety. Very attractive large apples that can be used for eating fresh, cooking, juicing and as a cider blender. Sweet and juicy when fully ripe. Reliable cropper with good disease resistance.
Originated: UK 1890
Flowering Group: 3 (Pollinated by varieties from groups 2, 3 or 4)
Parentage: Coxs x Peasgood Nonsuch
RHS Awards 1899 & 1993