Cox's Orange Pippin Apple tree
Location: Danbury, CT, United States
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|Age of this tree:
|Climate at this location:
|Hot summers, cold winters. Very variable.
|Bush (wider at top than bottom)
|Up to 6ft / 2m
|This tree grows fairly well here
|Manual treatment (hoeing and weeding)
Owner's commentsI planted the tree in April of 2009. It is planted alongside an old New England variety called Seek-No-Further. It seems much more delicate. The major problem so far has been deer, they ate any new growth on the trees. I solved this by enclosing them in 6 foot high chicken wire cages.
Season records for this tree
2013Spring blossom: 4 May
We've had a very cold spring. Only a few blossoms on the tree. It is nowhere near as strong or vigorous as its neighbor the Seek-No-Further.
2011Spring blossom: 12 May
This is the first time the tree blossomed, at four years old. The tree is covered in blossoms. We've had a very wet, cool spring.