This old time or "antique" apple variety was an important commercial variety in the early 1900s. The fruit is greenish-yellow, medium to large with excellent fruit quality. Albemarle Pippin matures in early October and will keep in cold storage for six months.
Bloom: Late Season
Maturity Date: October 12
Fruit Color: greenish-yellow / / /
Rating (1-9) 9 being the best.
Keeping Qualities: 8
Resistance to Fire Blight: 4
Albemarle Pippin blooms late season and will cross pollinate with other mid-season and late blooming apple varieties.