London Pippin


Malus domestica Borkh.

Originated in either Essex or Norfolk. It was recorded in 1580. Fruits have crisp, white, acid flesh.

Bastard Calvill, Bastard Kalvil, Bastard-Calvill, Bastard-Calville, Calville de Londres, Calville de Stafa, Calville du Haire, Calville du Roi, Citron d'Hiver, de Londres, Fine Crown Pippin, Five Crown, Five Crown Pippin, Five Crowned Peppin, Five Crowned Pippin, Five-Crown Pippin, Five-Crowned Pippin, Galibro Pippin, Grosse Reinette de Londres, Grune Englischer Calvill, Gruner Englischer Calvill, Jadrnac Londynsky, Kalvil Jioltii, Kalvil korolevskii, Kalvil Limonni, London, London Golden Pippin, London Peppin, London Pepping, London-Pepping, Londoner Grosse Reinette, Londoner Pepping, Londoni Pepin, Londonski pepin, Londynske, Londynsky Jadernac, Lounden Peppen, New London Pippin, New-London Pippin, Old London Pippin, Pepin de Londres, Pepin londonskii, Pepina Londynska, Peppin de Londres, Pippin de Londres, Pomme de Londres, Popina londynska, Poppina di Londra, Reinette de Londres, Royal Somerset, Selvatica di Londra, Statner Calviller, Werderscher Kalvill, White London Pippin, White Pippin, Winter Citronenapfel

Material available from the National Fruit Collection.

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Accession No.
1951 - 341   fingerprint   check_circle

Accession name
London Pippin

1. NFC fruit (undated) Unpublished characterisation by staff at NFC, Brogdale.
2. Smith, M. (1971) National Apple Register