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The Blenheim Orange Apple

3 Manor Road

(Note: This is a private residence and is not open to the public)

The variety of apple called the "Blenheim Orange" was raised in a garden here by George Kemster, tailor of Old Woodstock, who died in September 1773.

The apple was awarded the Banksian medal on its first exhibition in London in 1822.

The original tree was blown down in 1853.

The Blenheim Orange Apple plaque
The Blenheim Orange house

For more information on this apple variety, see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blenheim_Orange.