Fruit: Grenadier is an English cultivar of domesticated apples mainly used for cooking.
The fruit has smooth, pale green skin, changing to yellowish green when ready to pick, and is lumped and sometimes widely ribbed, with no apple russet. The flesh is off-white, sometimes tinged with green, with a sharp taste. It melts in cooking resulting in a good yellowish puree, used as an apple jam or for applesauce.
How to care:
Soil: They prefer a fertile soil enriched with lots of organic matter, which holds plenty of moisture in spring and summer, doesn’t dry out or become waterlogged.
Sunshine: Apples prefer a warm, sunny site, which isn’t too exposed – strong winds can reduce pollination by bees, leading to a poor crop.
Watering: Once in a week
If you want an Apple fruit plant that
- Is easy to grow and maintain
- Gives you healthy green color fruits
- Is tolerant to your carelessness
- Is rich in health benefits
Then Grenadier is a great pick for you!