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Bladon Pippin

Apple - Oxfordshire Heritage

Bladon Pippin


Apple - Oxfordshire Heritage


Mid September



Planting Position


A chance find in Oxfordshire, this apple is very special. Sweeter than a cox and with an improved delicious, aromatic flavour, crunchy, crisp and juicy. The name Bladon Pippin came about because the original tree grew just a stone’s throw from Bladon Church, where Prime Minister Winston Churchill was laid to rest in 1965 and of course, it’s a Pippin! The fruit can be picked and eaten over a few weeks from mid-September, and it stores well.

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