Golden Pippin

Tart
Discovered 1860s New England or New York
Parentage
Harvest
DESCRIPTION

Golden Pippin is a medium-large, ribbed apple, yellow-green in color with a pink blush. Its flavor is pear-like, sweet and somewhat bland.

HISTORY

Golden Pippin's origins are unknown, but it was first referenced in the 1860s and was grown in parts of New England and New York during the late 19th century.