Oldest known English apple. The fruit is medium in size, uniform in shape, and possesses light green skin, usually flushed red on one side. The mildy sweet and pleasantly aromatic flesh is firm, fine-grained and crisp; an excellent dessert apple. A vigorous, self-fertile variety that also serves as a great pollinzer for other apple trees. White Pearmain is a vigorous tree well adapted to coastal districts out west.
Uses: Fresh Eating, Cider, & Baking
Harvest: Very Late
Attributes: Oldest Known English Apple & Great Pollinator