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Colin Mills, compiler of the Hortus Camdenensis, died in late November 2012 after a short illness. As he always considered the Hortus his legacy, it is his family's intention to keep the site running in perpetuity. It will not, however, be updated in the near future.

Malus domestica ‘Lincolnshire Holland Pippin’

Fruit; above medium size, roundish. Skin; yellow, streaked with red and bright crimson next the sun. A beautiful apple, for culinary use. The tree is very ornamental when in flower, owing to its large, brightly coloured blossoms. [Proc. RHS 1862-1865].

 

Horticultural & Botanical History

‘A very pretty, but very useless apple, fit only for kitchen use, and then only of second-rate quality; it is in season from November to February.’ [Hogg p.127/1851].

‘Striped Holland Pippin’ is figured in Pomona Brittanica [PB pl.90/1812]. ‘Striped Holland Pippin’ is the apple at top left.

 

History at Camden Park

Listed in the 1850 and 1857 catalogues [Apple no.40/1850]. ‘Holland’ was incorrectly spelled ‘Bollond’ in the 1850 catalogue.

 

Notes

Published Apr 16, 2010 - 01:18 PM | Last updated Jul 25, 2011 - 03:32 PM

6 varieties of apple are depicted, all with yellow skins more or less streaked with red. Pomona Brittanica pl.90, 1812.

Apple ‘Striped Holland Pippin’ - this apple is at top left | PB pl.90/1812 

Family Rosaceae
Category
Region of origin

Garden origin, unknown

Synonyms
  • Striped Holland Pippin
Common Name

Apple, Culinary apple

Name in the Camden Park Record

Lincolnshire Holland Pippin 

 

Confidence level

high