Campfield is a late season, cold hardy cider apple. It was first recorded by Coxe in 1817, but it is possible it has been around longer than that.
It is medium sized, green-yellow, with a red blush. The flesh is sweet, white, and rich.
Vigorous, productive tree. Keeps well. Generally mixed with Harrison.
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