Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie appleflowers
Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie Apple
Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)
Ingrid Marie Apple
Ingrid Marie Apple
Ingrid Marie apple seed
Ingrid Marie apple seed
     

Ingrid Marie Apple (Karin Schneider)

Ingrid Marie apple was discovered in a garden on Fyn, Denmark in 1910. In 2003 it was revealed, that the variety was a cross between Cox Orange and Guldborg. Red Ingrid Marie was found by planter Aksel Schneider's daughter in Falster approx. 1950, as a mutation of Ingrid Marie. The red variety is also known as Karin Schneider.

The tree grows moderately strong and becomes a broad tree. The variety is very fertile. In rapidly growing rootstocks are sometimes seen tendency to biennial bearing. It is a relatively easy cultivatable variety. The variety's weakness is a tendency to crack around the flower.

Flowering is late.

The fruit is medium sized, round and regular, almost entirely covered with dark topcoat. The flesh is white-yellow with a slight greenish tinge. It's crisp and juicy. The taste is refreshing tart sweet with a distinctive aroma.

Apples can be harvested in October over a longer period. Have a long shelf life. Optimal eating quality in Week 44 - 47. (UK).

Ingrid Marie is a good garden variety, that can be picked from the tree over a longer period. It can be used both as eating apple and cooking apple

 





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