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Russell Stafford

(Apple, Cider Apple, Grimes Golden Apple, Yellow Dessert Apple)

Originating in West Virginia in the late eighteenth century, 'Grimes Golden' produces apples that are widely considered to be superior in flavor to those of its offspring, 'Golden Delicious'.

Ripening in late summer and early fall, the medium to large, slightly ribbed, somewhat oblong fruits have tough, deep yellow skin with irregular russet or gray speckling. The grainy yellow flesh of this dessert, cider, or cooking apple is firm, tender, crisp, juicy, and fragrant, with a rich spicy-sweet...

(Apple, Cider Apple, Dessert Apple, Haralson Apple, Red Cooking Apple, Red Eating Apple)

Bred in the northern U.S., ‘Haralson’ is a hardy, productive dessert and cooking apple. This is an upright, deciduous, semi-dwarf to medium sized tree, that bears regular crops and is resistant to fire blight, a bacterial disease. The fruits are medium-sized, red, hard, crisp and tart. Harvest comes in mid-autumn. The apples keep for months in cold storage.

Like most domestic apples, ‘Haralson’ grows and fruits best in full sun in average, well-drained soil. Its size makes it suitable for a small...

(Apple, Holland Apple, Red Eating Apple)

Originating in northern Texas in the early twentieth century, 'Holland' produces tasty apples on heat-tolerant trees. The large red apples ripen in midsummer. Plant near another apple variety for cross-pollination.

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 Asia and has been in cultivation for thousands of years. In...

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Mark Kane

(Apple, Eating Apple, Honeycrisp Apple)

This cultivar, 'Honeycrisp,' is a large, very juicy, very sweet apple, with yellow skin overlain by red. It has little tartness and a mild apple flavor, which becomes stronger the longer fruits are left on the tree. Bred at the University of Minnesota, which is located in a cold northern climate, 'Honeycrisp' is a hardy deciduous tree with a somewhat spreading habit, but can be trained to a central leader (one trunk). It bears early, so the fruits should be removed from a young leader to keep it...

(Apple, Honeygold Apple, Yellow Eating Apple)

Introduced by the University of Minnesota Horticultural Research Center in 1970, this hybrid of 'Golden Delicious' bears apples like those of its parent on trees that are much hardier.

Ripening in early fall, the medium to large, somewhat pear-shaped fruits have greenish-yellow skin blushed pale red. The creamy yellow flesh of this dessert or cooking apple is crisp, smooth, juicy, and sweet. The fruits store well. This cultivar is relatively susceptible to fireblight and other apple diseases....

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple, Dessert Apple)

Originating near Concord, Massachusetts, in the late 17th century, 'Hunt Russet' is still prized for its highly flavorful, long-keeping apples.

Ripening in mid-autumn, the small to medium, oblong to conical fruits have thin, rough golden-brown skin with reddish blushing. The fine-textured yellowish flesh of this dessert, cooking, or cider apple is tender and juicy with a buoyant pear-like flavor. The fruits keep for many months, with flavor becoming milder in storage. The upright spreading trees...

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple, Dessert Apple)

Originating about 1840 in Chester County, Pennsylvania, this vigorous, disease-resistant cultivar yields delicious apples over a long season.

Ripening over many weeks in late summer, the small to medium, spherical, slightly flattened fruits have thin yellowish skin heavily overlaid with orange-red and carmine-red flushing and streaking. The fine-textured creamy-yellow flesh of this dessert apple is firm, crisp, tender, and very juicy, with robust pear-like flavor. The fruits keep well for several...

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Jessie Keith

(Early Apple, Jersey Mac Apple, Red Eating Apple)

Introduced in 1971 by the New Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station, this hybrid of 'July Red' is valued for its early-ripening apples.

Ripening over several weeks in early to midsummer, the medium to large, spherical, slightly flattened fruits have tough yellowish red-blushed skin. The greenish white flesh of this dessert or cooking apple is firm, crisp, juicy, and somewhat bland. The fruits store poorly. The upright, spreading trees produce reliably every year, and resist cedar apple rust....

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Russell Stafford

(Antique Apple, Apple, Dessert Apple)

Originating in Hollis, New Hampshire, in the early eighteenth century, 'Jewett Red' bears handsome, tasty apples on cold-hardy trees.

Ripening in early fall, the spherical to conical fruits have tough thin yellow skin heavily overlaid with a red, blue-dusted blush. The fine-textured yellow flesh of this dessert apple is tender, juicy, fragrant, and flavorful. The fruits keep well for up to 4 months. The slow-growing, small, sparsely branched trees bear only modest crops. Plant 'Jewett Red' near...

(Apple, Johnny Red Apple, Red Eating Apple)

This cultivar, 'Johnny Red,’ is an improvement on the widely-grown ‘Jonathan’ apple. It is a large, semi-sweet apple and red covered with a net of light dots. This apple is good for eating fresh and for cooking. The tree is deciduous and medium-sized and self-fertile (does not need cross-pollination by another apple tree).

Like most domestic apples, ‘Johnny Red’ grows and fruits best in full sun and average, well-drained soil. Not particularly resistant to diseases, it should be planted with room...