Flower of Kent, also known as Isaac Newton's Tree was first discovered in Kent, England in 1629. This apple is supposedly the apple that fell to the ground and inspired Isaac Newton's gravitational laws.
This apple is huge, blocky, red, sour, and soft. It is a traditional English pie apple, meaning it dissolves into a puree when baking. Large size and softness mean its unideal for fresh eating.
The tree is moderately vigourous and spreading.
Stock availability: Sorry we have sold-out of this variety. Go to our catalog page to see what is available in stock.