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Galloway Pippin

Galloway Pippin is a well-regarded dual-purpose apple from south-west Scotland, ripening mid/late season.

When picked Galloway Pippin is best treated as a cooking apple, and slices kee their shape when cooked. The apples keep fairly well, but lose their sharpness - and then become more suitable as brisk eaters.

Galloway Pippin is noted for its attractive blossom.

Malus domestica

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Galloway Pippin is a well-regarded dual-purpose apple from south-west Scotland, ripening mid/late season.

When picked Galloway Pippin is best treated as a cooking apple, and slices kee their shape when cooked. The apples keep fairly well, but lose their sharpness - and then become more suitable as brisk eaters.

Galloway Pippin is noted for its attractive blossom.

History

Galloway Pippin is a hardy tree, particularly suitable for areas with mild damp climates (in which fungal infections often thrive).

Galloway Pippin characteristics

  • Picking seasonLate
  • CroppingGood
  • Keeping1-2 months
  • Fruit persistenceNormal ripening
  • Useful forEating freshCulinaryTraditional cookerDual purpose
  • Cooking resultKeeps shape
  • Gardening skillBeginner
  • Self-fertilityNot self-fertile
  • Flowering group3
  • Pollinating othersPoor
  • PloidyTriploid
  • VigourAverage vigour
  • Bearing regularityRegular
  • Disease resistanceGood
  • Climate typeTemperate climatesMild damp climates
  • Summer average maximum temperaturesCool ( 20-24C / 68-75F)Cold (< 20C / 67F)
  • Country of originUnited Kingdom
  • Period of origin1800 - 1849
  • Fruit colourGreen - light
  • Fruit sizeLarge
  • AwardsRHS 1st class