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Blenheim Orange Apple

Fruit and Vegetables

A large multi-purpose apple, orange-red streaked.

The variety was discovered in the 1750's growing against a wall in the Blenheim estate of the Duke of Marlborough. Known as Kempster's Pippin, it was renamed in the 19th century.

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