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Twenty Ounce Pippin Apples



Twenty Ounce Pippin Apples are similar in almost all respects to "Twenty Ounce Apples", including size, coloration and tree habits, but they are considered to be of lesser quality both for cooking and eating.

History Notes

Twenty Ounce Pippin Apples were introduced a bit later than "Twenty Ounce Apples", about 1850.

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