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Christie Higginbottom of Leicester, research historian and horticulture and landscape specialist at OSV, said Cox's Orange Pippin is a multipurpose apple good for cooking or cider as well as fresh eating.
The old article stated that it was thought that the Wyken Pippin tree was crossed with another to form the well known Cox's Orange Pippin.
The memory of looking down at a floating Cox's Orange Pippin, then looking up to see lots of little people running away from me, still smarts.
Her slowly rotating apple tree bears a crop of gilded bronze apples, recalling the exotic Cox's Orange Pippin which was a novel delicacy in Victorian times.
Simply tell us which of these is NOT a type of potato: (1) Maris Piper, (2) King Edward or (3) Cox's Orange Pippin.
These include Fiesta, Egremont Russet, Cox's Orange Pippin and Golden Delicious.
Let's not forget that the apple was the first fruit of the world, according to Genesis, but it was no Cox's orange pippin.
EXPERT TIP: For a small garden, choose a selffertile apple such as the aromatic, juicy and crisp Cox's Orange Pippin which has been grafted on to a dwarf rootstock.
It's like asking why a Golden Delicious apple doesn't taste like a Cox's Orange Pippin," argues Clare Marriage, marketing director for gluten-free food producer Doves Farm Foods.
It's a sad reflection of just how divorced the majority of society has become from the food chain that the UK market is now dominated by just a handful of commercially grown apples - Granny Smith, Braeburn, Gala, Cox's Orange Pippin, Golden Delicious, and the Bramley cooker.
We can grow Cox's Orange Pippin well in many parts of this country and this is a far superior variety for flavour than Golden Delicious.
The label indicated that the tree is a Cox's Orange Pippin but there is no information about which rootstock the tree is grafted onto - this is essential so that you know how vigorous the tree is going to be.