Fall Pippin

Tart
Discovered 1700s New England
Parentage
Harvest Late Season
DESCRIPTION

Fall Pippin is a rare, large, yellow late-season apple that was especially valued for cooking. It is aromatic, with crisp, juicy, cream-colored flesh and outstanding sweet-tart flavor, and it stores well.

HISTORY

Fall Pippin is one of America's oldest apples. It was grown in New England in the 1700s, but its origins are unclear.

This apple is grown at 1 New England orchards