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Apple Cox’s ‘Orange Pippin’

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Pot size: 12 litre.

A self-fertile (so does not need a pollinator), bush variety that produces a wonderful dessert apple.

This popular eating apple has heavy crops year after year. Pick in early October and store until January. It reaches a height and spread of 1.2-1.8m x 1.5m and is ideal for small gardens. British-grown.

A bush fruit tree is a freestanding tree. It has a short (between 60-80cms) straight trunk when planted before the initial branches that form a rounded crown eventually. Once planted it will grow from the ends of its branches while the trunk stays the same height.

Don’t forget all our plants come with a five-year hardy plant guarantee.

Please don’t worry if your plant arrives looking slightly different to the image here. Plants can look different depending on the time of year when purchased. Available all year round.

Packaging and delivery costs for trees depends on the size of the tree and the number of items per order, please contact us to be quoted for delivery.

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