White Spanish Reinette

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From
Eurasia
Description
This variety belongs in the group with Fall Pippin and Holland Pippin. It resembles Fall Pippin in the growth of the tree as well as in the color and character of the fruit, but is less regular in shape and keeps later.
Flesh quality
crisp, tender, juicy, subacid, very good for either dessert or culinary purposes.
Flesh color
yellow-white
Skin quality
smooth, waxy
Skin color
orange tinged, brown-red blushed, yellow-green
Sizes
very large
Shape
oblong, angular, round, oblate
Keeping quality
Keeps later than Fall Pippin
Uses
dessert, culinary
Eating season starts in
October
Eating season ends in
February
Also known as
American Fall Pippin
Belle Jos├ęphine
Blanche
Blanche d'Espagne
Camuesar
Camoisas du roi d'Espagne
Camoise Blanche
Camoisee Blanche
Camuezas
Camuzar
Cobbett's Fall
Cobbett's Fall Pippin
Concombre Ancien
De Ratteau
D'Espagne
Elgin Pippin
Episcopale
Fall Pippin
Jos├ęphine
Large Fall
Large Fall Pippin
Philadelphia Pippin
Reinette A Gobelet
Reinette Blanche
Reinette Blanche D'Espagne
Reinette D'Espagne
Reinette Tendre
Saint-Germain
York Pippin
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