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Even the Cox's orange pippin, that very British of apples will be imported more and more from Europe.
Not all apples improve with keeping, but many kinds - mid to late season varieties such as Braeburn, Bramley, Cox's Orange Pippin and Granny Smith - are great for storing.
The apple was the first fruit of the world according to Genesis, but it was no Cox's orange pippin.
31 The Ribston Pippin apple - probably the ancestor of the famous Cox's Orange Pippin - is from which English county?
Cox's Orange Pippin is probably my favourite apple but it is also the most difficult to grow, certainly up here, so I shall leave that to the experts and continue to buy them.
A dwarf Cox's Orange Pippin will love life in a patio pot and provide loads of fruit.
Well, I don't think you can beat a Cox's Orange Pippin, which must be the definitive British apple variety with its creamy yellow, drier flesh and aromatic, almost vinous flavour.
They include self-fertile versions of the apples Cox's Orange Pippin and Bramley's Seedling, splendid varieties for the South but unlikely to thrive in the North.
UK varieties are the best in the world and the likes of the dwarf Cox's Orange Pippin sit just as nicely in a patio pot as in a mini orchard.
A tempting range of apples is available in columnar form, including an improved clone of the Bramley cooker and a self-fertile version of Cox's Orange Pippin, the famous dessert apple.
The ever-reliable Cox's Orange Pippin is a brilliant option, as are Braeburn and Red Falstaff.
From the 650 varieties available, stick with firm favourites like Cox's Orange Pippin, Discovery, Egremont Russet and James Grieve and you can't go wrong.