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Grafted Apples

Albemarle Pippin (Newton Pippin)

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Does not owe its success to good looks. Medium sized, squat, yellowish green fruit, usually russeted around the stem. Ripens yellow, unless over fertilized. Rich aromatic, crisp, coarse, creamy yellow flesh; refreshing piney tartness. High quality; dessert and processing. Excellent for cider. Great keeper; develops full sugar and rich flavor in March. Large, vigorous, early bearing, self fruitful tree. Tends to bear biennially. Susceptible to scab. Heat resistant. Requires good soil and full sun. Ripens during October. 700 hours chilling. Zone 5. Originated in Newtown, Long Island in early 1700’s.

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