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Keswick Codlin
Fruit and Vegetables

A small, mid-season, cooking apple, very popular in the 19th Century.

It is reputed to have been first found in the late 18th Century as a seedling growing in a rubbish heap at Gleaston Castle between Ulverston and Barrow-in-Furness.


Keswick Codlin - Maux Codlin
Lord Suffield
Hawthornden - Tom Putt

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