Apple - Sturmer Pippin

£20.00 - £66.00
Type: 
Dessert
Ready to pick: 
November
Use fruit: 
January - March
Pollination: 
Group B (self-sterile)
Botanic Name: 
Malus domestica 'Sturmer Pippin'
Originated: 
Suffolk,UK (1800)
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Description

Fruit has a strong flavour, though sweet and juicy. Excellent late variety. It was grown from a pip in the garden of Rectory House, Sturmer, Haverhill, Suffolk by Mr Dillistone c1800. It was believed to be a cross between Ribston Pippin and Nonpareil. One of the first apples to be grown in Australia and New Zealand, laying the foundations of the Antipodean fruit trade.

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