Lamb Abbey Pearmain is a small, firm, red-striped dessert apple, with a crisp, juicy yellowish-white flesh. Its intense sweet-tart flavor hints of pineapple. It ripens in September and stores well.
Discovered: 1804, England
Parentage: Newport Pippin x Unknown
Lamb Abbey Pearmain is a rare old English variety raised from a seed of Newport Pippin imported from America and introduced in 1804.