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'Pitmaston Pine Apple'


Pitmaston Pine Apple is an old English russet apple. It was originally raised as a seedling of Golden Pippin in the late 18th century and presented to the London Horticultural Society in 1845 by Mr Williams of Pitmaston.


Its most notable feature is the unusual and prominent pineapple-like flavour.  These small apples can be very sweet sometimes the flavour changes depending on when you eat them. 


Fresh eating, cider, and juice.



Mid season 



Braeburn, Delbarestival, Cox's orange pippin, Gala, Golden Hornet, Golden Delicious



For other varieties that will pollinate this variety we recommmend this 'Pollination Checker' from out friends at Orange Pippin Trees in the UK. 

'Pitmaston Pine Apple'

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