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Apple 'Red Claygate', early September. "Sometimes called 'Claygate Red'. A bud sport of 'Claygate Pearmain' that occurred on a tree at Allgrove’s Nursery, Middle Green, Buckinghamshire some years ago...The apples are a little earlier to mature than 'Claygate Pearmain', since they are fully ripe straight from the tree. It is also redder than 'Claygate Pearmain', but otherwise can be considered the same. Dessert and cider, Oct to February, crisp, juicy and richly flavoured." (Burnwode Fruit Trees)