Malus domestica Bladon Pippin MM106 12L
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Malus domestica Bladon Pippin MM106 (Apple) 12L

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Sweeter than a Cox, the dessert apple Bladon Pippin has a wonderful flavour with yellow-green skin streaked with red, and juicy, crisp flesh. It is ideal for eating and cooking and stores well over the winter.  

Named after the original tree which grew just a stone’s throw from Bladon Church in Oxfordshire, where Winston Churchill was laid to rest in 1965.

  • Flowers: May
  • Harvest: mid September (keeps well until Jan/Feb)
  • Hardy
  • Well drained soil 
  • South or West aspect 
  • Full sun 
  • Sheltered
  • Rootstock indicates this is a semi-vigorous bush, suitable as a half standard or for fan/ espalier use.
  • As this is not self-fertile, it will require a pollinator nearby (if you are planting in an urban area, you may not need to plant a partner)
  • Best grown in a sheltered, sunny spot where the blossom can attract pollinators and the fruit can ripen in the sun. Prune annually to achieve the optimum crop.
  • For an increased yield, plant with other apples.

Light and sweet