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If you are interested in apple varieties and orchards you have come to the right place. Our website aims to be the most comprehensive resource for apples and orchards:


Our website is named after England's most famous apple variety - Cox's Orange Pippin - widely regarded as the finest of all dessert apples.

'Pippin' is an old English word derived from the French word for 'seedling'. The same word can be seen in the modern French for a plant nursery or garden centre - 'pepiniere'. Like many old apple varieties Cox's Orange Pippin was discovered as a chance seedling.


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Latest harvest records from registered fruit trees

  • 3rd week October 2014  Cortland owned by David in TWO RIVERS, United States
  • 2nd week October 2014  Antonovka owned by David in NEW-RICHMOND, Canada
  • 2nd week October 2014  Bramley's Seedling owned by Mans in GRANNA, Sweden
  • 2nd week October 2014  Dabinett owned by Bill in SMEETON WESTERBY, United Kingdom
  • 2nd week October 2014  Lord Burghley owned by Bill in SMEETON WESTERBY, United Kingdom

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Recent visitor comments about listed varieties

25 Oct 2014Irv WilsonCALIFORNIA, United States

Apple - McIntosh

In southern California it's becoming progressively more difficult to find good Macs. Used to be all the markets carried them but now Albertsons and a few independents are the only places they can be found. A good mcintosh apple is eating pleasure, but availability in southern California is problematic. more >>

21 Oct 2014JillSUFFOLK, United Kingdom

Apple - Morgan Sweet

I am 72 when a child lived in Hinton St George and Martock and have fond memories of eating Morgan Sweet Apples never forgotten them would love to taste again, loved them, once tasted I have never forgotten them more >>

21 Oct 2014Angela RichardNY, United States

Apple - Jonagold

It sounds from the comments like this is not worth it from a supermarket. But, if you can find a farm with them, I think they are fantastic. I picked some this weekend, and they are honey sweet, with a little bit of a bite. They are huge!! I can barely finish one. I highly recommend this apple if you like Honeycrisps, but wish they were sweeter. Mine were crisp, more sweet than tart, and just plain tasty. I wish they kept longer so I could have picked more! more >>

20 Oct 2014LindaUnited States

Apple - Snow Sweet

Just discovered this apple at Fairfax City Farmer's Market (VA). Great flavor although a sweeter than my usual favorite (Macoun) which I have not found yet this year. Love that it is slow to brown when cut. I hope this newer variety becomes more widely available. more >>

19 Oct 2014MattIOWA, United States

Apple - Haralson

Dang good! Just made apple sauce and crisp with these apples and in the spring I will be grafting this tree to add to my orchard. I had to add a little sugar so my two year old will eat it but still damn good apple more >>



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