Category:Cox's Orange Pippin

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Cox 
apple cultivar
Cross section of Cox's Orange Pippin (LA 62D), National Fruit Collection (acc. 1966-148).jpg
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Instance of apple cultivar
Country of origin
Discoverer or inventor
  • Richard Cox
Start time 1825 (Colnbrook)
Time of discovery or invention
  • 1825
Total produced
Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
SubkingdomViridiplantae
InfrakingdomStreptophyta
SuperdivisionEmbryophyta
DivisionTracheophyta
OrderRosales
FamilyRosaceae
SubfamilyMaloideae
GenusMalus
SpeciesMalus pumila
VarietyMalus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin
Common name

Error in Wikidata: wikidata item 'Cox' (Q492655) property 'instance of' (P31) has a strange value 'apple cultivar' (Q15731356) (currently accepted values: 'taxon' (Q16521), 'monotypic taxon' (Q310890), 'Group' (Q4150646), 'cultivar' (Q4886), 'fossil taxon' (Q23038290), 'monotypic fossil taxon' (Q47487597), 'clade' (Q713623), 'virus' (Q808), 'ichnotaxon' (Q2568288), 'species aggregate' (Q1297859), 'Wikimedia category' (Q4167836))
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Wikidata
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Malus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin (it); Cox's Orange Pippin (fr); Malus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin (ru); Cox Orange (de); کاکسز اورنج پایپین (fa); Malus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin (bg); Cox orange (da); コックスオレンジピピン (ja); Cox Orange (sv); Cox Orange (nb); Cox's Orange Pippin (nl); Ренет оранжевий Кокса (uk); Malus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin (la); Malus domestica var. Cox's Orange Pippin (es); Cox (en); Coxova reneta (sk); Coxova reneta (cs); Cox Orange (nds) apple cultivar (en); セイヨウリンゴの一品種 (ja); Apfelsorte (de) Cox Orange, Cox's Orange Pippin (en); Cox’s Orange Pippin, Cox orange, Cox's Orange (fr); Verbesserte Muskatrenette, Cox Orangenrenette, Russet Pippin, Cox’s Pomeranzen Pepping (de)
English: Cox's Orange Pippin is an apple cultivar first grown in 1825, at Colnbrook in Buckinghamshire, England, by the retired brewer and horticulturist Richard Cox. Though the parentage of the cultivar is unknown, Ribston Pippin seems a likely candidate. The variety was introduced for sale by the 1850s by Mr. Charles Turner, and grown commercially from the 1860s, particularly in the Vale of Evesham in Worcestershire, and later in Kent.

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