The definitive English desert apple, excellent aromatic flavour. ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’ is a red tinted apple with firm juicy flesh that can be enjoyed eaten fresh or is great for juicing. The fruit ripens in October and is ready to pick when the fruit easily parts from the spur if you give it a gentle twist. During April and May, the tree itself develops beautiful white flowers that attract butterflies and birds into the garden. We recommend planting in well-drained non-acidic soil in sunny areas of the garden where it will reach a mature height of 3 metres. This is a self-sterile tree so will need a pollinator.