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Tydeman's Late Orange
Richly flavored connoisseurs favorite. More productive and easier to grow than Cox Orange Pippin: much lower incidence of cracking, consistently better flavor and quality in hot summer climates. Reddish orange stripes over greenish yellow ground color, some russeting. Yellowish flesh is firm and juicy. Harvest late September/October in Central CA, about with Fuji. Good keeper. Small but vigorous tree with long, weeping branches. Early, heavy thinning required to prevent alternate bearing. Resistant to mildew and scab. Laxton Superb x Cox Orange Pippin, from England, introduced in 1945. Estimated chilling requirement 800-1000 hours. Pollenizer required, a mid to late-blooming variety such as Gala, Fuji, Golden Delicious or Granny Smith. USDA Zones 6-9.