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The apple varieties listed below are orchard favorites and highly recommended for fresh eating. Many of these varieties also make fantastic cider due to their high sugar content and ample acidity. I've highlighted a few standouts in the "Also Cider!" section.

I offer one hint as you go about your selection: Hone in on the 'ugly' apples. How did such unremarkable fruits find hospitable homes for centuries without fail? Flavor, my friend, flavor.

1-9 Trees = $30/tree
10-19 Trees= $25/tree (16% discount)
20+ Trees = $20/tree (33% discount)

Quantity discounts are automatically applied at checkout.

All apples varieties are grafted onto Mailing-Merton 111 Rootstock, sold as 3' whips, and shipped at the appropriate time for outdoor planting in Spring. 

Apple Trees

Lamb Abbey Pearmain

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Newtown Pippin x Unknown, Seedling of Mrs. Mary Malcolm, Lamb Abbey, UK 1800

Robert Hogg lauded Lamb Abbey Pearmain as "one of the best dessert fruits" in his 1860 tome The Fruit Manual. 150 years later, Scott Farm in Vermont agrees, calling it "one of the most delightful apples in the world."

Biting into a Lamb Abbey is a messy affair - you immediately discover that the crunch and juice levels have been turned to maximum. You're not mad though, just surprised. The apple's tropical acidity combines beautifully with its ample sugar.

Similar to Ermen's Russet, Lamb Abbey Pearmain apples can be picked on the early side to highlight the apple's bold acidity, or a week later for a much sweeter-tasting fruit. Somewhere in the middle heaven awaits.

Harvest: Late September
Flowering: Mid-Season

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