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A heavy cropping early season cooking apple.
Origin: Midlands, 1883
Pollination: Domino is self-sterile and would require a pollinator to produce a crop.
History and description of Domino
First described in 1883. Thought to originate from the Midlands. Grown
around Southwell, Nottinghamshire, in the 19th century and
Cambridgeshire in the1930’s. A codlin-type early culinary apple. Cooks to
a froth or puree with a good sharp flavour. Medium sized fruit, round and
slightly conical. Pale green smooth skin. A spreading tree of moderate
vigour. Produces spurs freely. A regular heavy cropper.