Peasgood Nonsuch is an apple that wins beauty contests. It is so handsome and at the same time it is a wonderful dual purpose apple. It is juicy and fresh as an eating apple,  and makes a sweet purée when cooked. It needs good pollinators in order to set a regular crop. I would use Egremont Russet as an early flowering variety backed up with Fiesta/Red Pippin as a later flowering same group variety.

Peasgood Nonsuch is usually ready to pick by the middle of September. It will have a storage life to about the end of September.

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Peasgood Nonsuch. Photo courtesy of Anne (Helen) Devereux/