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Apple

Malus domestica Allington Pippin

  • Photo of Apple Allington PippinAvailability:            Click for details
  • Introduced:            1884
  • Origin:                     Lincolnshire
  • Use:                         Dessert
  • Pollination Group:   3
  • Pick:                         early October
  • Season:                    November - December
  • This apple was raised by Thomas Laxton in Lincolnshire before 1884. Medium sized round fruit of distinctly conical shape. Pale yellow with red cheek when fully ripe. Can tend to overcrop – so some thinning of the young fruit is advisable after the normal 'June Drop' has occurred. Stores well