Lady Sudley

Variety Details

Apple Type: Eating

Year the Variety was First Registered: 1849

Description or History of the Variety

Early eating apple raised by Mr Jacobs in Chatham, Kent in 1849 and renamed by George Bunyard in 1884 after his best customer - the Sudley estate. A very successful commercial apple in the 1930's grown as far north as Scotland.

Tree Location

King George V Playing Fields

Date of Planting in Cambridge

19 November, 2016

Condition of the Tree

two year old tree