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Taylor Spur Rome Beauty

Fruit:
This variety is a mutation of the Law strain of Red Rome Beauty. A large and very uniform fruit. Flesh is white, hard, crisp, and juicy.

Bloom Time:
April

Bloom Color:
White

Pollination:
Pollinates all other late-blooming varieties

Fruit Ripening Time:
Late October

Rootstocks:
EMLA26, Dwarf, Mature Height 10-12ft.

EMLA111, Semidwarf, Mature Height 18-22ft.
STANDARD Mature Height 26-30ft.

Tree Characteristics:
Produces a heavy crop with large, uniform fruit. Has a tendency for leaf buds to develop into spurs and/or shoots and a tendency for the purse to swell during fruiting.

Exposure:
Full sun

 

 Taylor Spur Rome Beauty