Holstein apple trees
- Picking season: Late
- Keeping (of fruit): 1-2 months
- Uses: Eating fresh
- Uses: Juice
- Gardening skill: Average
- Self-fertility: Not self-fertile
- Pollination group: 3
Holstein is an attractive high quality apple for eating fresh. It has a very good aromatic flavor.
Holstein is thought to be a Cox seedling, but many of its characteristics seem to hark back to Ribston Pippin (the probable parent of Cox). Like Ribston Pippin it is quite a large apple, with coarser flesh and a more robust flavor than Cox.
This is a good variety for pressing, the juice has a complex balanced flavor and is an attractive light orange color.
Holstein apple trees for sale
1-year Holstein apple trees bare-root
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How to grow
Like Cox, Holstein is somewhat disease prone, but its natural triploid vigor means that it usually crops heavily anyway. The main horticultural difficulty is that its attractive blossom is easily damaged by frost, so this is not a tree to plant in a frost pocket or areas prone to late spring frosts.
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Germany, 1918. Thought to be a seedling of Cox's Orange Pippin.
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Eating fresh Juice
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- Summer average maximum temperatures:
Cool ( 20C - 24C / 68F - 75F)
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1900 - 1949
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