Keegan’s Crab—Irish Heritage Apples

keegans crab

It is said that the original tree of this cultivar grew at Ballyhegan, Loughgall, County Armagh, from about 1880. A medium to large apple, round conical in shape and slightly lopsided. Green to slightly yellow green. Occasional net-vein russeting spreading from stem cavity to the basin. Picking mid to late September.

Drawn on mylar with Faber-Castell color pencils.

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