Claygate Pearmain is a popular English apple of the Victorian era, with the classic 'pearmain' shape. It has a soft juicy flesh with some aromatic qualities.
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Claygate Pearmain is well-suited to the climate of the northern states. In fact this is a variety that often does better in the USA than in its native England, where summers are often too short for its liking.
Claygate Pearmain is a reliable variety, not greatly troubled by disease. The tree is of average vigour and crops well.
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Discovered in the early 19th century by English apple enthusiast John Braddick, growing near the village of Claygate in Surrey, England. Its ancestry is unknown.