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Apple 'Anna' (Malus pumila)

One of the most popular varieties for warm climates. ‘Anna’ was bred in Israel by researchers interested in creating a variety that could set fruit with the least amount of cold exposure. Produces an abundance of green apples blushed red with a sweet, lightly tart flavor.

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Apple 'Arkansas Black' (Malus pumila)

A large, vigorous tree, ‘Arkansas Black’ produces extremely beautiful, medium sized apples that mature from a purplish red to nearly black. This somewhat disease resistant selection made its debut around 1870 on the Ozark Plateau of Arkansas and has surely earned its keep through…

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Apple 'Beverly Hills' (Malus pumila)

Early-season, self-pollinating variety ideal for warm coastal climates. Produces heavy crops of colorful, medium sized fruits with juicy flesh and a slightly tart sweetness.

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Apple 'Braeburn' (Malus pumila)

Bite into a Braeburn, and you'll quickly understand why this apple is the favorite of dessert lovers everywhere. Its balance between sweet and tart flavors make it the perfect choice for sugarless or low-sugar applesauce--you won't be able to tell the sugar is missing! Heavy bearer…

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Apple 'Cortland' (Malus pumila)

The Cortland is the gentleman of the apple orchard, tall with dark red bark and graceful spreading branches. It's a highly productive fruit tree and bears its crop early in all growing regions. The fruit's flesh is a pure white and slow to oxidize after slicing. The taste is on the…

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Apple 'Dorsett Golden' (Malus pumila)

One of the few apple varieties suitable for hot climates. This apple was first grown from seed in the 1950’s by Irene Dorsett, at her residence in The Bahamas. When it became known that an apple existed that could be grown in tropical climates, ‘Dorsett Golden’ became a…

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Apple 'Ein Shemer' (Malus pumila)

An excellent selection for warm climates. This apple variety was imported from Israel in 1965 and is still prized for the incredibly short chilling period required to set fruit. Produces an abundance of yellow apples with a sweet, lightly tart flavor. The perfect pollinator partner…

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Apple 'Empire' (Malus pumila)

One of the most popular apples for eating fresh. This hybrid was introduced in 1966 by researchers at Cornell University in New York. It’s a cross between the ‘McIntosh’ and ‘Red Delicious’ varieties. The medium-sized apples are firm, crisp, sweet, and great for packing…

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Apple 'Fall Red' (Malus pumila)

Exceptionally hardy variety introduced by the Morden Research Station in Manitoba. Apples are dull red and reach maturity in late summer. The white flesh is crisp and sweet for eating fresh or cooking. To insure good yields a cross-pollinator should also be planted.

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Apple 'Fireside' (Malus pumila)

Introduced in 1943 by researchers at the University of Minnesota, this popular late-season variety is a cross between the ‘McIntosh’ and ‘Longfield’ varieties. The apples are sweet and flavorful with a crisp, juicy texture. They store well and are great for eating fresh,…