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Malus domestica 'Cox's Orange Pippin'

Foliage Deciduous
Form Round
Mature Size 2 x 2m
Family Rosaceae

An heirloom apple variety, Cox's Orange Pippin produces medium-sized fruit, orange-red in colour deepening to mix of bright red and deep yellow. It is considered a mid-season dessert apple, best eaten fresh from the tree. It has a rich, aromatic flavour and a crisp juicy texture. Requires a compatible plant to pollinate.

A lovely variety to eat fresh and can be used for brewing.

Prefers a sunny position with well-drained soil. Water in well and keep the soil moist until the tree is established. Fertilise and prune yearly to encourage new growth and fruit the following year.




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