Some articles on pippin, orange, orange pippin:
... to Russet, first introduced under the name "Norfolk Pippin" ... Light yellow-green skin strewn with white dots, occasionally with a faint red-orange blush ... Eating Alkmene agm Germany 1930 Cox's Orange Pippin × Doktor Oldenburg Eating Allington Pippin Lincolnshire, UK 1880s A versatile English dessert apple raised by ...
... Cox's Orange Pippin is an apple cultivar first grown in 1825, at Colnbrook in Buckinghamshire, England, by the retired brewer and horticulturist Richard Cox ... parentage of the cultivar is unknown, Ribston Pippin seems a likely candidate ... Cox's Orange Pippin is highly regarded due to its excellent flavour and attractive appearance ...
Famous quotes containing the words pippin and/or orange:
“We will eat a last years pippin of mine own grafting, with a
dish of caraways, and so forth.”
—William Shakespeare (15641616)
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