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Saint Edmund's Pippin 




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


Saint Edmund's Pippin

Fruit colourYellow / Gold

Flesh colour

Fruit size

Fruit shape


Saint Edmund's Pippin

FlavorVery good

Flavour styleSweeter

Ripening periodMid season

Use/Keeping2-3 weeks

Cooking result


Saint Edmund's Pippin



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


Saint Edmund's Pippin

Country of originUnited Kingdom

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