An old apple variety raised from a pip c1707 at Ribston Hall in Yorkshire. A popular late autumn apple, described to be at greatest perfection during November and December. Intense, rich and juicy the aromatic flavour is sharper than a Cox but with a greater depth. A tough tree, widely grown in the North of England, it prefers a sheltered position and a drier climate if possible. Best picked late September/early October and can be stored until January (but has best flavour when consumed in November).
Flowering group C (Early-Mid).
Triploid- can not pollinate other varieties.
M9 rootstock gives a dwarfing tree that will reach 2.5-3m in height. It will start fruiting at 2-3 years.
Ribston Pippin M9 2yr
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