Lamb Abbey Pearmain is an apple first discovered in Lamb Abbey, Kent, England circa 1804. It is likely a seedling of Newtown Pippin.
The apple is small, round, and yellow-green flushed with partial orange-red blush. The flesh is cream-coloured, firm. Intensely flavored; rich balance of sweetness and acidity; hint of pineapple. Good for fresh eating.
Tree is moderately vigorous, and fruit ripens mid to late September.
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