Large and colourful with a mild flavour. An attractive apple, looks well on the tree. Good for juicing. ‘Lady’s Finger’ is a name commonly applied to any long shaped apple. Other varieties in the British Isles share this name. Traditional to Offaly & Monaghan.
Flowering: Mid Season, Triploid: (Requires 2 pollenizers)
Picking: Mid (September)
Ripr: October – December