Lord Lambourne was introduced in 1907 and is very much in the tradition of classic English high-quality dessert apples. It has the pleasing uniform shape - round, and not too flattened - and typical orange flush over green, with a hint of russet.
On biting into a Lord Lambourne the first thing that strikes you is the juice and acidity. The flesh is creamy-white and quite crisp, and the flavor is pleasantly strong.
Although a mid-season variety, Lord Lambourne has some of the aromatic flavors of later-ripening English aromatic varieties making it a useful variety to grow to fill the gap between early and later varieties.
Sorry we have not been able to produce any trees of this variety this season.
We may still be able to propagate it to order for you. Please contact us for more details.
Lord Lambourne is in flowering group 2. Lord Lambourne is partially self-fertile, but fruiting will be improved if there is a compatible tree of a different variety nearby.
Lord Lambourne grows in most regions but like many English apples, produces its best flavors in areas where summer temperatures are not too high.
Introduced in 1907, a cross between James Grieve and Worcester Pearmain.