Apple Tree - Allington Pippin
Origin: Lincolnshire, pre 1884
Apple Taste: Rich, aromatic
Flowering Group : 2
Size : Maiden
Vigour : Medium
Allington's Pippin was originally called the South Lincoln Pippin - a cross between King of Pippins and Cox's Orange Pippin. It was bred by Thomas Laxton but renamed by fellow nurseryman George Bunyard in 1894. Allington Pippin apples are by all accounts on the sharp side but can also be cooked. It's a relatively easy tree to grow, crops heavily, and has a compact habit good for small gardens.
Supplier : R.V. Roger Ltd.
We donate half of our profit on sales of Allington Pippin apple trees to Common Ground
See our section on Pollination Groups to help you select your apple trees.
The rootstock for all our apple trees, including Allington Pippin, is the most vigorous available. MM106, or M106, produces a good sized garden tree. Please refer to our size guide for details.
All our apple trees are bare root. At the height of the lifting season there may be up to a month's delay between placing the order and dispatching due to pressure of orders, which are dealt with in date sequence, and the weather. Orders for apple trees taken from March to September are confirmed prior to dispatch from November. Please note there is an overall minimum order size of £50.