Apple - Adam's Pearmain

£23.00 - £65.50
Ready to pick: 
Use fruit: 
November - March
Group C (self-sterile)
Botanic Name: 
Malus domestica 'Adam's Pearmain'
Norfolk Pippin, Rough Pippin
Norfolk,UK (1826)


Introduced to the RHS by Robert Adams of Norfolk in 1826, although Hogg states that it is certainly a Herefordshire apple. Medium sized fruit that crops and keeps well, yellow gold fruit with an orange red flush and some slight russeting. Rich, aromatic 'nutty' flavour which was much prized by the Victorians. Makes a good espalier as it bears on tips and spurs. Being largely scab, mildew, and canker resistant: makes it very suited to organic culture.

For help with choosing the correct rootstock for your needs, please click here A Guide to Rootstocks

For help with choosing the correct size and shape, please click here A Guide to Fruit Tree Shapes

Related Products