Newtown Pippin Apple Scionwood

Newtown Pippin Apple Scionwood

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Newtown Pippin: From Newtown, Queens, New York in 1720. This is another one that experts advise waiting to eat. Thomas Jefferson planted these in Monticello in 1778 and had so much success with them that he eventually had 170 trees. These are much loved by cider makers, bakers and those who love a great apple in February. They have reasonable, but not fabulous, disease resistance

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