Newton Pippin Apple
The Newton Pippin apple history connects to colonial times and our founding fathers! It was widely grown in the 1700-1800s and originated from the town of Newtown (now Queens, NY). Thomas Jefferson once wrote from Paris, "They have no apples here to compare with our Newtown Pippin". It is a great choice for deserts and making cider. If you'd like to eat it fresh through, be sure to store it for a couple of months beforehand.
Flowering Group: 3, can cross polinate with groups 2, 3, and 4.
Hardiness Zone: 4-8. Calculate to see if your zone falls in this range here