Summer 2024Pre-orders are now open. Deliveries will begin again in September for pot grown trees and December for bare-rooted or mixed tree orders.
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Bladon PippinTM apple trees

Malus domestica
Bladon Pippin is listed in the RHS Plants for Pollinators
  • Picking season: Mid
  • Self-fertility: Not self-fertile
  • Flowering group: 3
A new Cox-style apple variety, but with a sweeter flavour - discovered as a chance seedling in the village of Bladon.

Bladon Pippin apple trees for sale

Pot-grown

All pot-grown trees are suitable for planting out in the garden, some are suitable for growing in containers.

  • PG12-year bush-trained 12L pot-grown tree MM106 rootstock £57.75
    Large tree (3m-5m after 10 years)

Bare-root

  • BR11-year bare-root tree M26 rootstock £36.50
    Large tree (3m-5m after 10 years)
  • BR21-year bare-root tree MM106 rootstock £36.50
    Large tree (3m-5m after 10 years)
  • BR32-year bush-trained bare-root tree MM106 rootstock £44.50
    Large tree (3m-5m after 10 years)
Pre-ordering

You can pre-order now, deliveries start in September.

Delivery charges

Delivery for a single tree starts at £9.95. It is calculated when you add trees to your basket, based on your postcode.

Bladon Pippin is a mid-season Cox style apple with the characteristic complex aromatic flavours you would expect - but it is noticeably sweeter.

History

Bladon Pippin was discovered as a chance seedling growing in the Oxfordshire village of Bladon.

Bladon Pippin characteristics

Growing

  • Gardening skillAverage
  • Self-fertilityNot self-fertile
  • Flowering group3
  • Pollinating othersAverage
  • Climate suitabilityTemperate climates

Using

  • Picking seasonMid
  • CroppingGood
  • Keeping (of fruit)1-2 months
  • Food usesEating freshCulinaryJuice

Problems

  • Disease resistanceAverage

Identification

  • Country of originUnited Kingdom
  • Period of origin2000
  • Blossom colourWhite
  • Fruit colourOrange / Red
  • Flesh colourWhite

Similar varieties

  • See also Little Pax
    Little Pax
    A new English apple variety, recently discovered on the Isle of Wight - but its appearance and flavour hark back to the Victorian era.