Claygate Pearmain is an English apple from Claygate, Surrey, England, 1823.
The apple is medium to large, oblong-conic and green blushed red and russeted. The flesh is crisp, juicy, sugary and aromatic. Rich, nutty, with flavors reminscent of lemon and pineapple. This is a high quality winter eating apple and keeper. Pick as late as possible.
The tree is neat, compact, and suitable for small gardens. Bears well. The tree is ready to harvest in October in upstate New York, with peak flavor December-March.