Lamb Abbey Pearmain is notable for being one of the first English varieties developed from an American one, as it was planted at Lamb Abbey in Kent from a seedling of the American Newtown Pippin in the early 19th century.
Lamb Abbey Pearmain apple
Small and intensely flavored with a hint of pineapple
- Species: Malus domestica
- Originates from: England, United Kingdom
- Introduced: 1804
- Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1771
- UK National Fruit Collection accession: 1945-150
- Some historical details taken with kind permission from 'The New Book of Apples' by Joan Morgan and Alison Richards , illustrated by Elisabeth Dowle, published by Ebury Press, 2002.
Relationships to other varieties
Parents and other ancestors of this variety:
- Newtown Pippin (parent)
References and further reading about this variety
- Apples of England (1948)
Lamb Abbey Pearmain identification photos from official fruit collections
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Lamb Abbey Pearmain identification photos from website visitors
Fruit tree register
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- Simon in CANTERBURY, KENT