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Apple domestica 'Cox's Orange Pippin'

Apple Tree

£24.99

A classic English apple, very popular deciduous dessert apple with a superb, aromatic, crisp flavour. Upright, spreading tree is covered in white flowers throughout spring, followed by delicious dessert apples, highly regarded for their flavour and appearance. Colour is golden flushed with orange-red.

Ready for picking in October. Can be picked when slightly under-ripe and stored for a month, they do not keep well. Although primarily an eating apple, it can be used to make cider and apple juice, and is commonly used in chutneys and mincemeat. 

This variety is not self fertile, so should be grown near to:

Apple domestica 'Grenadier'
Apple domestica 'Golden Delicious'
Apple domestica 'Charles Ross'
Apple domestica 'Spartan'
Apple domestica 'Katy'
Apple domestica 'James Grieve'
Apple domestica 'Discovery'

 

Not compatible with Apple domestica 'Jupiter'. Pollination group B

Did You Know?

We grow and keep the majority of our plants outside on the edge of the Staffordshire Moorlands, over 650 feet above sea level ensuring a hardy plant that starts off well when planted in your garden.

Some leaves on evergreen plants can be damaged in winter but in spring, new leaves will readily replace those damaged. This is quite normal on many evergreen varieties and is preferable to plants grown with excessive protection that show cold shock once planted out and establish less satisfactorily initially.

Many perennials go ‘dormant’ which, in some cases, means that there is little or no top growth apparent between November and March. If you order perennials whilst they are dormant, they may not be visible above the soil level when purchased but will burst into life in spring.

Buying Fruit Trees/Bushes from Jacksons Nurseries

Unlike many garden centres, supermarkets and some nurseries here at Jacksons Nurseries we sell the majority of our stock all year round. Our stock is for the most part grown outdoors making it far hardier than those grown under glass and/or only sold ‘In Season’.

Here at Jacksons Nurseries we would favour a hardy outdoor grown plant every time. They are far less likely to suffer from the shock of being planted in colder conditions and they will begin to establish more rapidly the following spring. This can mean that they don’t look like a ‘picture perfect’ plant when purchased out of season but with the correct care and a little time you’ll have a wonderful plant to enjoy for many years to come.

 

 

Delivery Details

Orders are usually dispatched 7-10 working days following receipt of your order. In many cases we dispatch sooner than this although during busy periods or when an item or items on your order are out of stock and we are ordering them from a supplier then please allow up to 30 days. - See more at: http://dev.jacksonsnurseries.co.uk/acanthus-mollis.html#sthash.y3dCB9zh.dpuf

Ours standard delivery starts at £7.99 for orders £20:00 and over, for orders between £10:00 & £19.99 delivery is £9.99 and orders under £10.00 are charged at £11.99. Delivery for larger items or high volume orders requiring a pallet start at £40.00 the exact cost will be caluclated at check out.

Orders are usually dispatched 7-10 working days following receipt of your order. In many cases we dispatch sooner than this although during busy periods or when an item or items on your order are out of stock and we are ordering them from a supplier then please allow up to 30 days.

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Apple domestica 'Cox's Orange Pippin'

A classic English apple, very popular deciduous dessert apple with a superb, aromatic, crisp flavour. Upright, spreading tree is covered in white flowers throughout spring, followed by delicious dessert apples, highly regarded for their flavour and appearance. Colour is golden flushed with orange-red.

Ready for picking in October. Can be picked when slightly under-ripe and stored for a month, they do not keep well. Although primarily an eating apple, it can be used to make cider and apple juice, and is commonly used in chutneys and mincemeat. 

This variety is not self fertile, so should be grown near to:

Apple domestica 'Grenadier'
Apple domestica 'Golden Delicious'
Apple domestica 'Charles Ross'
Apple domestica 'Spartan'
Apple domestica 'Katy'
Apple domestica 'James Grieve'
Apple domestica 'Discovery'

 

Not compatible with Apple domestica 'Jupiter'. Pollination group B

 


 

Malus domestica Cox's Orange Pippin
Apple Tree
Fruits
3m - 4m
3m - 4m
  • Pink
Spring
Deciduous
No
Average to fast
Fully Hardy
  • Full sun  Full sun
  • Moist Well-drained
  • Well-drained
  • Neutral
  • Clay
  • Loam
  • Sand

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