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Apple 'Belle de Boskoop' early September. A Dutch dual-purpose, dessert-culinary apple first discovered at Boskoop, near Gouda, in 1856. Grown all over Europe, and quite common in British gardens. A triploid that requires a pollinator. Sometimes sold as 'Schone van Boskoop'.