Apple 'Saint Edmund's Pippin' Malus domestica 'Saint Edmund's Pippin' (D)

apple 'Saint Edmund's Pippin'


'Saint Edmund's Pippin' is a dessert cultivar in pollination group 2. Suitable for northerly, colder, higher rainfall areas. Produces good, regular crops of very attractive fruit, that can bruise easily; greenish-yellow, flushed orange-red and covered with fine grey-golden russet. Richly flavoured when fully ripe. Season of use from late September to October

Plant Info
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About this plant

  • memoNames

    • Family


    • Synonyms

      apple 'Saint Edmund's Pippin'

    • Common names

      Malus domestica 'Saint Edmund's Russet'

  • infoCharacteristics

    • Foliage type


    • Height

      4-8 metres

    • Spread

      4-8 metres

    • Hardiness zones


  • sunLight

    Full Sun, Partial Shade

  • scissorsPruning

    Regular pruning is required - see apple pruning; spur bearing

  • bambooSoil

    Loam, Sand, SoilClay

  • pinSuitable locations

    • Hardiness zone

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  • sproutPropogation

    • Propagate by chip budding or grafting onto a clonal rootstock for fruit. The rootstock used will largely determine the vigour of the tree

  • insectPests

    Aphids, woolly aphid, rosy apple aphid, fruit tree red spider mite, mussel scale, codling moth and caterpillars are the main pests on edible apples

  • microbeDiseases

    Prone to powdery mildews. Can be affected by apple canker, apple scab, blossom wilt and honey fungus