Kerry Pippin—Irish Heritage Apples

kerry pippin

The Kerry Pippin was first recorded in Tighes Survey of County Kilkenny in 1802. It was widely grown in Ireland in the 19th century. A small to medium apple. Conical and generally even in shape. Green to yellow in color, flushed orange-red with red stippling. Occasional small russet patches. Picking in mid to late August.

Drawn on mylar with Faber-Castell  and Verithin colored pencils.

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