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(Apple, Cox's Orange Pippin Apple, Eating Apple)

This venerable variety is regarded as the finest-flavored of English apples, with its balance of sugars and acids, juicy tender yellow flesh and aromatic flavor. Its apples are medium-sized and deep-yellow, striped and streaked with red. They ripen mid-season, in early to mid-autumn.

There is nothing more satisfying than growing your own apple trees. The domestic apple is most commonly a medium-sized tree with a rounded to oval canopy. It originates from southeastern Europe, Siberia, and southwestern...

(Apple, Cooking Apple, Crimson King Apple, Red Cider Apple, Red Eating Apple)

The tart, late-season apple, 'Crimson King' (sometimes called 'King's Favourite), is a yellowish green apple flushed with red stripes. The conical fruits have a strong, tart, fruity flavor and are favored for cider making. The large, spreading trees are resistant to canker and mildew but susceptible to apple scab. Flowering occurs in mid- to late spring and the apples ripen in late fall. More than one apple is needed to cross-pollinate this triploid tree. Please note, there is another apple called...

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Mark A. Miller

(Apple, Cripps Pink Apple, Eating Apple, Pink Lady Apple)

Bred in Australia and well suited to hot climates, this hybrid of the popular ‘Golden Delicious' is prized for its sweet and beautifully colored fruits. Ripening late in the season and holding well in storage, the medium-sized apples are rosy pink with yellow undertones. Their flesh is crisp, juicy, and slightly tarter than that of 'Golden Delcious'. They are usually sold under their trademark name, Pink Lady. Although deciduous, 'Cripps Pink' holds its leaves well into winter in mild climates. Self-fertile...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple)

Originating in Pennsylvania in the nineteenth century, this apple cultivar was once widely grown commercially in New York State. Ripening in mid-autumn, the large to very large, somewhat oblong fruits have thick, tough, yellow skin overlaid with red and dappled with carmine. The yellowish flesh of this eating or cooking apple is firm, coarse, juicy, and mildly flavored. The fruits keep well in storage. This cultivar reliably bears moderate to heavy crops on dense vigorous upright trees. Plant another...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple)

Originating in Maryland in the early nineteenth century, 'Domine' is still prized for its tasty apples. Ripening in mid-autumn, the medium to large, somewhat flattened fruits have thick, tough, greenish yellow skin heavily blushed and streaked with red and carmine. The fragrant, pale yellow flesh of this dessert apple is firm, coarse, tender, juicy, and delightfully flavored. The fruits keep well in storage. This cultivar bears light to heavy crops on spreading branches that are prone to splitting....

(Apple, Dorsett Golden Apple, Yellow Cooking Apple, Yellow Dessert Apple)

Discovered in the Bahamas, ‘Dorsett Golden’ is among the few apples that will yield dependable crops of good-quality fruit in warm climates. All apples require chilling during the dormant season in order to bloom strongly in spring, and most need several hundred hours of temperatures below 7 degees C (45 degrees F) to bloom and bear well. But ‘Dorsett Golden’ produces apples after winters with as few as 50 hours of such temperatures. In some climates, this means flowering can start in late winter,...

(Apple, Cooking Apple, Duchess of Oldenberg Apple)

Introduced from Russia to England (and thence the United States) in the early nineteenth century, 'Duchess of Oldenburg' is still valued for its exceptional cold hardiness and flavorful apples. Ripening in late summer, the medium to large, spherical fruits have thick, tender, greenish yellow skin heavily blushed and streaked with red. The fragrant, fine-textured, pale yellow flesh of this dessert or cooking apple is firm, tender, and juicy. The fruits store poorly. This cultivar bears heavy crops...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple, Mid-Season Apple)

Cultivated in the United States since the eighteenth century, 'Dyer' produces highly flavorful apples on weak, biennially producing trees. Ripening in late summer and early fall, the medium to large, round to cylindrical fruits have pale yellow skin with suggestions of rose-red. The fine-textured, semi-transparent, pale yellow flesh of this dessert apple is crisp, tender, juicy, fragrant, and zestful. The fruits store poorly. This cultivar bears crops in alternate years on small, often sickly trees....

(Apple, Early Harvest Apple, Yellow Cooking Apple)

Originating in the northeastern United States in the eighteenth century, 'Early Harvest' bears numerous apples very early in the season. Ripening from mid- to late summer, the medium to large, somewhat pear-shaped fruits have pale yellow skin blushed with orange-brown. The creamy-white flesh of this cooking apple is firm, grainy, crisp, and sometimes dry. The fruits store poorly. This cultivar reliably bears heavy crops on large, upright, spreading, somewhat ungainly trees. Plant another apple variety...

(Apple, Cooking Apple, Ein Shemer Apple)

Bred in Israel, ‘Ein Shemer’ is a dessert apple adapted to warm climates with mild winters. Resembling the widely-grown ‘Golden Delicious,’ the fruits are small, yellow, mildly sweet, and flavorful. The tree is deciduous, self-fertile and bears heavy crops reliably in early summer. It flowers and fruits well with far less cold in winter than most apples, requiring only 350 hours of temperatures below 7 degrees C (45 degrees F). It is a moderately vigorous tree with upright branches and bears fruit...