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Pine Golden Pippin apple

Russet. Sweet.


Pine Golden Pippin identification photos

UK National Fruit Collection
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  • Pine Golden Pippin
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Visitor reviews

  • 12 Nov 2014  Gin,  PA, United States
    Looking for yellow green pippin in Northeast US
  • 16 Nov 2012  Carol,  OREGON, United States
    Eating one now. Crisp & juicy. Sparkly, slightly tart, sweet flavor like a crisp reisling. Honey scent. Tender skin. So-o-o delicious. Got it at Farmers Market.

Tree register

United States

Australia

  • Warren in Cobram, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Introduced: 1861
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1835

Using

  • Picking season: Late
  • Cropping: Good
  • Keeping (of fruit): 1-2 months
  • Flavor style (apples): Sweeter
  • Food uses: Eating fresh
  • Juice style: Sweeter

Growing

  • Self-fertility: Not self-fertile
  • Flowering group: 5
  • Ploidy: Diploid

Climate

  • Cold hardiness (USDA): (5) -20F / -29C
  • Cold hardiness (USDA): (6) -10F / -23C
  • Cold hardiness (USDA): (7) 0F / -18C
  • Summer average maximum temperatures: Cool ( 20-24C / 68-75F)

Identification

  • Country of origin: United Kingdom
  • Period of origin: 1850 - 1899
  • Fruit size: Small
  • Fruit colour: Russet

Where to buy fresh fruit

United States




References

  • Apples of England (1948)
    Author: Taylor


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