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Lemon Pippin

Lemon Pippin


A small attractive apple witha long history in France and England.  It is yellow with small lenticels dotted all over, ripens late and stores well. It's dry and sharply flavoured lending itself well to uses in the kitchen and blancing out juice/cider.


Origin:  Recorded in England in 1744, possibly grown under the moniker quince apple up to 200 years prior to that as well

Pollination:  Group 3

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