Blenheim Orange is also known as Rosy Blenheim, Woodstock Pippin. It was found as a seedling in Blenheim, Woodstock, England, 1740. A parent of Cox Orange Pippin.
The apple is large, yellow, flushed red with fine russeting. Flesh firm, crisp and subacid, fine textured with characteristic nutty flavor. Typically used for baking, but also good for fresh eating.
The tree is susceptible to scab but mildew resistant with heavy rainfall. Slow to come into full bearing but a good cropper. Triploid. Ripens in October in upstate New York, peak flavor October-January.