Newtown Pippin Apple Tree

Heirloom variety grown in colonial America

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Newtown Pippin Apple Tree

Heirloom variety grown in colonial America

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  • 61645
  • standard 2-4 ft
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  • Out Of Season
  • 61646
  • standard deluxe
  • Spring
  • Out Of Season
  • Large, round to slightly flat, green to yellow fruits
  • Flavor becomes sweeter and richer in storage
  • Good for cooking and eating fresh
This American original produces large, crisp fruits that have a wonderfully complex, refreshingly tart flavor when picked from the tree--and a sweeter and richer flavor after a few months in storage. Newtown Pippin Apple Tree is an heirloom variety that was admired and grown by Presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. The green-to-yellow skinned fruits have a cream colored flesh that's firm and juicy. They're good for both eating fresh and cooking--and they have very good storage qualities. For the best apple production, the trees require 700 chilling hours below 45°F. Fruits ripen in October.
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