A more highly coloured clone of Cox’s Orange Pippin. It was discovered at Appleby Fruit Farm, Kingston Bagpuize, Berkshire. Fruits have firm, slightly acid, juicy flesh with a rich, aromatic flavour.
Type – Eater
Pick – October
Store – January
Group – C (3)
Adams Pearmain, Arthur Turner, Belle De Boskoop, Bens Red, Blenheim Orange, Bloody Ploughmans, Bramley Seedling, Bramley 20, Charles Ross, Cox Self Fertile, Golden Noble, Greenadier, Idared, James Greive, Jupiter, Katy, Keswick Codlin, Kidds Orange Red, Knobby Russet, Norfolk Royal Russet, Rev W Wilkes, Ribston Pippin, Rosemary Russet, Spartan, Worcester Pearmain, Bramley Original, Crispin, Discovery, Early Victoria, Elstar, Gala Queen, Galaxy, Granny Smith, George Cave, Greensleeves, Holstein, Kingston Black, Lanes Prince Albert, Millers Seedling, Newton Wonder, Peasgood Nonsuch, Pitmaston Pineapple, Red Pippin (Fiesta), Sops in Wine, Sunset, Sweet Alford, Tom Putt, Yarlington Mill, Ashmeads Kernal, Braeburn, Cornish Aromatic, Cornish Gilliflower, Dabinett, Devonshire Quarrenden, Dumelows Seedling, Ellisons Orange, Hawthornden, Howgate Wonder, Jonared, Jonagold, Laxtons Superb, Limelight, Lord Derby, Somerset Redstreak, Tydemans Early Worcester, Tydemans Late Orange, Gorgeous (Malus), Guardsman (Malus) John Downie (Malus) Pink Glow (Malus)