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Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin - Malus Domestica Cox's Oranage Pippin Pleached Tree Pleached apple trees have been a part of the landscape in the United Kingdom for centuries with good reason. As a rule, pleached fruit trees require less space to thrive due to their shape. Their elegant form adds structural and visual interest to the garden. A UK native, Cox's Orange Pippin apple was first grown in 1825, in Buckinghamshire. This heritage apple variety is most appreciated for its rich-flavoured, medium-size, red-flushed fruits that are delicious when eaten fresh, cooked, or made into cider.
In its pleached form, this deciduous fruiting tree boasts a clear stem trunk above which raises a meticulously trimmed square crown, trained over the course of years to create this stunning geometrical display. Planting Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin can be a great way to introduce structure to the landscape, but a more practical way to enjoy its abundant fruits, as well. As a mid/late season variety this tree will offer multiple seasons of interest, starting with its spring flowers of white blossom all the way to the crop of fruit that appears on the tree late in October.
How Hardy is Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin? Robust and easy to care for, Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin is fully hardy all across the United Kingdom and will not be bothered by low winter temperatures.
How To Use Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin The architectural appeal of pleached trees is undeniable. Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin will draw the eye and add structure to any landscape, both in formal gardens and modern, urban settings. Great for privacy screening, pleached apple trees can be used to extend the height of the bordering walls and enhance privacy. In a more traditional setup, Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin can be used to frame pathways or avenues.
How To Care For Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin Easy to grow and to care for Pleached Cox's Orange Pippin does not require much fussing over to thrive. A trim every 6 or 12 months will suffice and keep the pleached trees neat and tidy. Grow in a sunny, sheltered location in the garden, in soil that is moist but well-drained.