Bishop's Pippin

Description:

A heritage apple that originated in the eastern United States and cultivated here in the Annapolis Valley. A tart, winey, sweet flavor which is excellent for cooking and baking. Nicknamed ‘The Christmas apple’ and is ready to eat in late November. 

 

Uses:

Excellent for eating, pies, and sauces and cooks to a rich, golden puree. Sometimes used to make North American style cider.

 

Harvest:

 Picked in October, eaten in December

Uses: Eating, and only gets better with age

 

Pollinators: 

Cox's Orange Pippin, Cortland, Golden Delicious, Dabinette, Golden Nugget, Golden Russet

 

 

For other varieties that will pollinate this variety we recommmend this 'Pollination Checker' from out friends at Orange Pippin Trees in the UK. 

Bishop's Pippin

C$35.00Price