Adams Pearmain

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Malus 'Adams Pearmain'
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Cultivar 'Adams Pearmain'[1]
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'Adams Pearmain', also called 'Adams's Pearmain',[2] is a cultivar of apple. It is a dessert apple, with a similar flavour to the Russet. It was introduced to England in 1826 by John Pearmain, under the name 'Norfolk Pippin'.

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  1. ^ Downing, Andrew Jackson. The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America. John Wiley. 
  2. ^ National Fruit Collection, retrieved 18 December 2015 

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