Cherry Cox apple

/CHEH-ree COX/

A variety of deep red flushed and striped eating apple with some russet, closely related to Cox's Orange Pippin. It was discovered some time around 1942 in a Danish orchard in Linved Hjallese and introduced commercially to the United Kingdom in the early 1950s. This is a late-season apple which is picked from late September to early October, is stored and is at its best from mid-October to early January. In the United States this is a mid- to late-season apple.