Apple ‘Shropshire Pippin’
Also know as ‘King of the Pippins’. A medium sized apple which has a greenish yellow-gold skin with an orange/red flush, and marked with a little rough brown russet. It is a firm, crisp, juicy, and sugary apple which has white flesh with a yellowish tinge. Picks in late August to early September. If cooked it will keep its shape and colour. Can also be used for cider. (UK, 19th Century). Flowering Group 3.
Containerised Trees are supplied from September to August. Bare Root Trees are supplied from November to March