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Malus domestica 'Adam's Pearmain'
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common name: Apple 'Adam's Pearmain'
synonyms: Malus domestica 'Norfolk Pippin', Malus domestica 'Hanging Pearmain'
full sun, part shade
moist soil, clay soil
preferred soil pH: any
minimum temp: -29°C
USDA zone: 5 to 9
Dessert apple producing strongly red-flushed fruit with a nutty aromatic flavour. Distinctively shaped fruit, with a very narrow base.
Moderately fertile, well drained soil, preferably in full sun. Very hardy and good for exposed positions.
Harvest fruit in October.
Size depends on the grafting rootstock.
Self fertile, pollination group C.
Old English variety originating in Norfolk around 1826.