Hauer Pippin – California, USA 1890’s

If you want a large, crisp, dense, juicy, sweet, vinous, aromatic very late apple the Hauer Pippin is the tree to plant. This apple will keep practically forever either on the tree or off. Green with an orange blush and white spots. Great multi-purpose apple, best as a dessert apple, keeps flavor and shape when cooked also juicy with sharpness for well balanced cider. Still grown commercially in Watsonville, CA. Many customers have noted resistants to coddling moth and scab.

Uses: Fresh Eating, Cider, and Cooking

Harvest: Very Late

Zones: 5-10

Attributes: Good Storage Quality & Scab Resistant

 

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