Greensleeves is a very fertile, regular cropping green apple, and is at its best during the months September and October. It is a wonderful pollinator, and if grown and thinned well, it crops as regular as clockwork.

Greensleeves can be planted on its own and is to a large degree self fertile. Even when spring frosts have been serious, it still manages to set a crop. It is a nice crisp apple provided it is not kept too long. Can be planted throughout the UK.

Greensleeves is a Golden DeliciousJames Grieve cross originating in Kent (UK) in 1966.

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