Pomiferous

Welcome to the world's most extensive apples (pommes) database.

Information on over 7,000 apples is available here, all carefully researched and provided in a way that is easy to navigate.

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Pollination group:

Pacific Crabapple
Pacific Crabapple
Type: crabapple

Characteristics: Small and tart.

Other names: Oregon Crabapple, Malus fusca, Pyrus fusca, Malus diversifolia, Pyrus diversifol ...

Packhorse Pippin
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Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, crisp and juicy. Somewhat tart. Keeps three months in cold storage.

Other names: Packhorse

Padley's Pippin
Padley's Pippin
Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, juicy, sweet and brisk with good aroma. Keeps two months in cold storage.

Other names: Padley’s Royal George Pippin

Paducah
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Type: dual

Characteristics: Firm and crunchy. Moderately sweet.

Other names: Paduckah, Tulpohaukin

Paignton Marigold
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Type: cider

Origins: UKPaignton, Devon before 1934

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Type: apple

Identification: Small to medium. Round. The base colour is green washed deep red, marked with lighter red stripes. The eye is small and partly open, set in a shallow and wide c ...

Pakenham
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Type: apple
Palmer Greening
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Type: apple

Other names: Washington Royal

Palmer’s Rosey
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Type: apple

Characteristics: Flesh is cream coloured, soft. Juicy and sweet? sharp and aromatic with a hint of aniseed.

Palouse
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, crisp. Juicy, sweet?sharp and aromatic.

Pam's Delight
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Type: apple
Pandora
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Type: apple

Origins: — Northern Spy,’ cross, Ottawa Experiment Farm, Canada, introduced, 1913

Panneterie
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Type: cider
Panquerina
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Type: cider

Summary: A sharp apple used in the making of Asturian cider.

Papirovka
Papirovka
Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is cream colured, often stained red under the skin,. Juicy and acidic.

Par
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Type: apple

Origins: Fruits de Basse?Normandie (France)

Paradis
Paradis
Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is white, fine?grained and firm. Juicy and brisk, nutty. Keeps three months in storage.

Other names: French Paradise, Paradis, Pomme Paradis

Paradis de Romenay
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Type: apple

Origins: Fruits de Bourgogne (France)

Paradise Sweet
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Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is fine grained. Very juicy and very sweet, sprightly and reminiscent of fresh pear. Keeps three months.

Paragon
Paragon
Type: apple
Paragon Winesap
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Type: apple
Pardina
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Type: cider
Parentene
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Type: apple

Characteristics: sweet sharp

Park Farm Pippin
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Type: apple

Origins: Farm on Sandringham Estate — Falstaff x ‘A 409?21,’ East Malling Research Station, ENGLAND, introduced, 2002

Park's Pippin
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Type: apple

Origins: originated about 1850 on the farm of Monroe Parks of North Georgia and has been a very popular variety in that state for years

Other names: Gilmer Pippin

Parker's Pippin
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured,,crisp and firm. Sweet sharp, somewhat aromatic with a fruit drop flavour.

Other names: Broker’s Pippin, Lederapfel, Parker, Parker’s Grey Pippin, Parker’s Peppin, Spen ...

Parkland
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is cream colour, juicy, mildly tart.

Parkman
Type: ornamental

Origins: Grown extensively in Japan as an ornamental variety since the late 1800s.

Other names: Malus halliana Parkmanii

Parlour Door
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Type: apple

Origins: hance seedling found growing in the Apperly district (UK)

Parmentier Reinette
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Type: apple

Characteristics: Brix 13.8, acidity 12.7 g/litre