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Apple
Saint Edmund's Pippin 

 

 

 

 
SummaryA popular russet apple with the characteristic sandpaper skin and sweet flavour. Often known as St. Edmund's Russet.




Identification

Saint Edmund's Pippin




Fruit colourYellow / Gold




Flesh colour




Fruit size




Fruit shape




Using

Saint Edmund's Pippin




FlavorVery good




Flavour styleSweeter




Ripening periodMid season




Use/Keeping2-3 weeks




Cooking result




Growing

Saint Edmund's Pippin




Picking




Cropping




VigourSlightly small




PollinationFlowering group 3
Flowers Mid season
Partially self-fertile
Gardening skillVery easy




ProblemsCanker - Some resistance
Scab - Very resistant
Mildew - Some resistance
Cedar apple rust - Some resistance

Other

Saint Edmund's Pippin




Country of originUnited Kingdom




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