The Malus domestica ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ is a mid-season dessert apple that can be used for cooking, juicing or just eating fresh. It has a very juicy flesh with an intricate, tangy, fragrant taste with a hint of spices.
Cox’s Orange Pippin is a versatile cooking apple, with an incredibly sweet flavour once baked make it a common ingredient in chutneys, preserves and mincemeat. This apple is at its best if it is left to fully ripen.
Apple are one of the easier fruit trees to grow and are increasingly becoming more popular with gardeners. They are medium sized deciduous trees with flashy Spring flowers and ornamental or edible fruit in the Autumn.
The original Cox’s Orange Pippin was bred around 1825 by Richard Cox of Buckinghamshire. It also appears on any list of the greatest British eating apples.
Apple trees benefit from growing in slightly sheltered, sunny area, as the blossom will attract a large variety of pollinators as well as the sun will help ripen the fruit.
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