Variety: Colonel Vaughan (17th c.)
Photo - UK National Fruit Collection
Originated in Kent. It was known in the late 1600s. Fruits have firm, white, sometimes stained red flesh with a sweet to subacid flavour.
Amasa, Colonel Vaughan's, Colonel Vaughn's, Kentish Pippin, Pepping, Red Coachman, Red Kentish Pippin, Roter Kentische Peppin, Roter Kentischer Pepping, Scarlet Incomparable, Vaughan's Pippin, Vaughn's Pippin, Vaun's Pippin
[Source: UK National Fruit Collection ]
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