Richmond Pink Apple


Richmond Pink Apple

Late Summer. An obvious stand-out among scattered seedling trees discovered growing in Richmond, ME, by Tom Vigue back in 1993. Tom collected scions and in Sidney grafted what he would come to call Richmond Pink. He’s been happy with this vigorous annual producer. Large very light yellowish-white fruit with crimson splashes and stripes. Subacid citrusy flesh is often tinged with pink. One of the many apples from Maine exhibited at the first annual Wild and Seedling Pomological Exhibition in Ashfield, MA, in the fall of 2019. Blooms midseason. Z4. Maine Grown. (Semi-dwarf: 2½-5' bare-root trees)

170 Richmond Pink
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