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Apple "St Edmunds Pippin" - Malus domestica

Apples are the most important commercial fruit, with many hundreds of named varieties. St. Edmund's Pippin is a pretty little dessert cultivar raised in England around 1870. Russet, gold and orange with a soft sheen, it has a rich aromatic flavour when eaten fully ripe. The blossom is tinged with pink and of a neat habit. This cluster of fruit came from the National Collection at Brogdale.

Limited edition of 150 giclée prints signed and numbered by the artist.

Size: 36cm x 36cm*
Price: £155.00
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* Size quoted is the size of the print that appears within the mount.
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