Welcome to Orange Pippin
If you are interested in apple varieties, pears, cherries or plums, or orchards where these fruits are grown, you have come to the right place.
- Information on over 600 apple varieties, with user reviews and a 'vote' feature.
- Listings for over 2,000 orchards, with easy to use search and mapping capabilities.
- Find orchards worldwide that grow an apple variety you may be looking for.
- Tree registry section with more than 4,000 individual trees registered, allowing growers to record their trees and log their blossom and harvest dates.
- Calendar of Apple Festivals and orchard events, if you are an event organisers send us details of your apple event.
- 800+ member forum board to discuss various topics surrounding orchards, apples and tree care.
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
- 4th week September 2018 Fall Pippin owned by Gil in Snohomish, United States
- 4th week September 2018 Pinova owned by Ann in NOTTINGHAM, United Kingdom
- 3rd week September 2018 Lady Hollendale owned by David in ELY, United Kingdom
- 3rd week September 2018 Cox's Orange Pippin owned by Jim in MEQUON, United States
- 3rd week September 2018 Falstaff owned by J in BIRMINGHAM, United Kingdom
Register your own fruit trees and record blossom and harvest records - more >>
Recent visitor comments about listed varieties
|23 Sep 2018||JohnMN, United States|
Apple - WealthyWe have an apple tree that we are nearly certain is a Wealthy. The apples are somewhat tart unless fully ripe (red all around) and then they are remarkably sweet and tasty. You have to wait almost until they fall off the tree by themselves to get that peak flavor. more >>
|19 Sep 2018||Cathy SzramkaNY, United States|
Apple - Lady AppleWe have several old apple trees on our property we purchased and noticed this apple fragrant small almost white with red swipes best apple i have ever eaten must save this old beauty more >>
|19 Sep 2018||SuzanneHIGHLAND, United Kingdom|
Apple - ScrumptiousI find Scrumptious extremely unpleasant to eat. It is very astringent and although the fruit are small, I have never managed to eat a whole one. Going to try making jelly with them this year. After I had planted the tree in 2010, a local gardener told me that it doesn't seem to to taste nice in Scotland, so it may have something to do with the climate or the softer water?? more >>
|19 Sep 2018||ColinNORFOLK, United Kingdom|
Apple - Arthur TurnerRequires little sugar for apple sauce, also good for baking more >>
|19 Sep 2018||SandraBRITISH COLUMBIA, Canada|
Apple - Strawberry ParfaitI wonder if this might be the variety I know as Strawberry Banana? If yes, there are a few growing outside of Chilliwack, British Columbia. Amazingly tasty and fragrant apple. more >>