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Apples, Lamb Abbey Pearmain

This is one of the most delightful apples in the world. Two hundred years ago, Mary Malcomb planted an apple pip, or seed, in her garden in Lamb Abbey, England. The fruit from the tree that grew was crisp and coarsely textured. The flavor is a lively blend of sugars and acids and pineapple, which becomes more pronounced as the harvest moves later into the fall. A small apple with light green skin with a reddish-orange blush. Small to medium size, perfect for a lunchbox and in our heirloom cider blends. We begin harvest in mid-September.

approx. 1 pound (Eco-Grown by Scott Farm in Dummerston, VT)

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