Sussex apple varieties

Edmund Jupp

Edmund Jupp apple variety
History & Description

The Edmund Jupp apple variety was first grown in the Horsham area from at least 1862.

It produces a medium-sized apple with yellow skin, which is excellent for cooking and can also be eaten fresh.

The variety is resistant to scab.

Pollination day: F13

Available rootstock
  • MM106 – semi-dwarfing rootstock – Available December 2018
  • M25 – very vigorous rootstock – Available December 2018


Cost: £20 / tree

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