Allington Pippin Apple Trees grown in the UK
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Allington Pippin Apple Trees. Dual purpose eating/cooking apple with a lovely bitter-sweet pineapple flavour.
Malus domestica Allington Pippin apple trees produce an abundance of attractive pale yellow fruits flushed with rosy red, with a juicy cream coloured flesh.
About Malus domestica Allington Pippin
Excellent as an eating apple, it has a sharp bitter-sweet pineapple flavour which mellows when stored. It can also be used as a cooking apple, holding its shape well and keeping its delicious flavour.
It has a really high vitamin C content too, and is great for juicing and cider making. A great all rounder!
Characteristics of Malus domestica Allington Pippin:
- Fruit: Eating. Striped. Medium sized. Bitter-sweet flavour.
- Pollination: Group C. Partially Self-fertile
- Harvesting: October - stores well.
- Characteristics: Spur fruiting, hardy, biennial tendency
- Suitable for: Training, freestanding, organic cultivation
Great for your garden:Malus domestica Allington Pippin apple trees are best planted in a sunny sheltered spot in your garden. They can be planted as a specimen into a lawn or perhaps lining a driveway along with some suitable pollination partners, where the lovely blossom can be enjoyed in spring.
If you have the space why not create a wildlife friendly orchard in a secluded spot at the bottom of the garden where you can let the grass grow long? If you're looking for suitable pollination partners you can browse our full range of apple trees here.
Look out for: The blossom has some susceptibility to frost damage so avoid planting in frost pockets, and can suffer from mildew. However, it has a good resistance to scab and is suitable for wet regions.
Malus Domestica Allington Pippin was originally called 'South Lincoln Pippin' and was bred around 1884 by nurseryman Thomas Laxton. It was a cross between the 'King of the pippins' and the 'Cox's orange pippin' It was renamed in 1894 by George Bunyard after the village of Allington near Maidstone in Kent.
Malus domestica Allington Pippin Trivia
How Apple Trees are Measured & Delivered:Our fruit trees are delivered in up to 3 shapes and you can also buy selected apple trees as ready made cordons.
Maiden: This unbranched tree is the smallest starting size. You can train maidens into espaliers and cordons.
Cordon: Discovery trees are partial tip-bearers, so they are still suitable for cordons & espaliers.
Bush: This is a style of freestanding tree with a short trunk of about 60cms. It will grow to about 3 metres tall.
Half-Standard: This is a freestanding style that will grow into a full sized, "normal" apple tree, about 4 metres tall.