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About this Cox's Orange Pippin Apple tree

Owner: John

Location:  Seaford, EAST SUSSEX, United Kingdom

Age: Planted in about 2014
Age of this tree: 6 years
Rootstock: M26
Soil characteristics at this location: compost and loam 
Climate at this location: temperate - South Coast of England
Pruning: Pruning in 2015
Tree form: Bush (wider at top than bottom)
Height: Up to 6ft / 2m
Cropping: Medium crops
Growth: This tree grows fairly well here
Herbicides: Manual treatment (hoeing and weeding)
Pesticides: Un-treated
Local pests: black spot; codlin moth; canker - the works!

Owner's comments

The TWO Cox's Orange Pippin trees I have are planted, well-staked, in 70 litre tubs in a mixture of John Innes No.3 and well-rotted farmyard compost. In total I have four trees - two Cox's Orange Pippin; one Christmas Pippin and one Braeburn

Season records for this tree

Season Blossom date Picking / Yield Size Season notes
2014
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