Cox's Orange Pippin

Cox Orange Pippin is a Ribston Pippin seedling first planted by retired brewer Richard Cox around 1825.

This a well known, classic, very fine eating apple, common in England. Also excellent for all-around processing. Flavor enhanced by ripening off the tree. The fruit is medium sized, pale green with red stripes, flushed orange. It has firm, tender, juicy flesh, with a distinctive aroma and flavor. Flavors include citrus, spice, and rose. Crisp and and tender.

Ripens in mid September-mid October, best between November-December. Tree is moderate in vigor and size, average to low production. Susceptible to scab and canker. Hardy to zone 5.


G.41 Dwarf rootstock (30% of standard)

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G.202 Semi-dwarf rootstock (45% of standard)

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MM.111 Semi-standard rootstock (80% of standard)

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