Dwarf Apple 'Sweet Coppin'
Diggers cider makers rejoice. Discovered in the early 18th century in Devon England, Sweet Coppin produces a pure sweet, astringent-free juice perfect for making your own cider. So sweet it can be eaten if left to ripen fully. Pale yellow and late bearing, it produces very heavy crops. Pollinators include Cox's Orange, Discovery, Golden Delicious and Jonathan. Members see our fact sheet here.