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Worcester Pearmain Apple
Malus domestica 'Worcester Pearmain'
Worcester Pearmain Apple on Semi-Dwarf (EMLA 7) Root - Potted FFT Grade - Light Caliper
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Worcester Pearmain is a medium to large sized apple with dark red skin stippled with white dots over a yellow background color. The flesh is creamy white, subacid with good eating quality. It ripens unevenly in early September about 4 weeks before Red Delicious. The tree is productive.
The are many Pearmain named apples. Most came from England. Worcester Pearmain was introduced around 1874 in England and was a commercial variety there.