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Saint Edmund's Pippin Apple tree

Owner: Cheuk

Location:  Amsterdam, NOORD-HOLLAND, Netherlands

Age:Planted in about 2017
Age of this tree:3 years
Rootstock:Grafted upon an golden delicous. this was a small tree of two years old.
Soil:Plot has peaty/acidity soil, so fruit trees go into a container. 20 Litres with compost, cow dung, potassium, bloodmeal, lime, liquid firtilizer 
Climate at this location:zone 7a, mild sea climate, lots of sun, lots of wind, hedge to slowdown wind
Pruning:Let it grow out, but cut is drastically back to get a vase shape.
Tree form:Not sure
Height:Not sure
Cropping:Light crops
Growth:This tree grows easily here
Herbicides:Manual treatment (hoeing and weeding)
Pesticides:Un-treated
Local pests:Wasps other insects and birds

Owner's comments

I got hold of some free scion wood and I grafted it on a cut-back golden delicious apple tree. So I used the golden delicious as an the saint Edmund's pippin. There were some apples last year (2019) but they were eaten by insects and birds. This year I have cut the tree drastically back in order to get the right vase shape I like for apple trees. I have never tasted these apples...I can wait, I have other fruit trees which do bear fruits.

Season records for this tree

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