Ribston Pippin Apple (dwarf)
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Raised at Ribston Hall, Yorkshire, England from seed brought from Rouen, and planted in about 1707. Received the Award of Merit from the Royal Horticultural Society in 1962. Possibly a parent of Coxs Orange Pippin. Fruits have firm, fine-textured, moderately juicy flesh with a rich aromatic flavour.
Bultitude J. (1983) Apples A Guide to the Identification of International Varieties. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
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- Pollination Group: PG2
- Uses: Eating
- Harvest: March - April