Apple "Cox Queen"
Order fulfilment occurs after harvest between April 1st - April 30th
Eating, Cooking, Juice, Cider
The Queen Cox apple is believed to have stemmed from a naturally occurring bud-sport of the original Cox’s Orange Pippin in the UK. It has the same aromatic flavour as it’s parentage yet grows to be slightly larger and has improved colouration. This varietal is good for eating, cooking, and is readily used for making cider. Challenge to grow. Light cropper. Poor disease resistance.
Zone Hardiness: 5 (Map link)
Picking Season: Mid September
Storage: 1-2 month
Pollination Group: III (Compatible with II and IV) (Chart) (Diploid, Self Fertile)
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