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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 'Fuji' (Malus pumila)

'Fuji' delivers delectable Apples, which are a perfect combination of crunchy texture and sweet flavor. This Japanese-bred selection has stood the test of time, since being introduced to the United States market in the 1980s it is now one of the most commonly grown Apple varieties.…

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Apple 'Gala' (Malus pumila)

The fruit off a 'Gala' tree has a thinner skin compared to other Apples, as well as a crisp, mild flavor. This sweet variety is also well-suited for making apple sauce. To maximize an Apple trees productivity and fruit quality, prune the tree in late winter or early spring, before…

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Apple 'Ginger Gold' (Malus pumila)

An early-season variety with medium-sized yellow fruits and sharp, sweet flavor. A popular commercial variety because of its earlier harvest time compared to other apples. Excellent for eating fresh or cooking. To insure good yields a cross-pollinator should also be planted.

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Apple 'Golden Delicious' (Malus pumila)

A crisp, delicious, all-purpose apple good for eating fresh or cooking. This tree was discovered growing on a West Virginia farm in 1890. All existing ‘Golden Delicious’ trees are a result of cuttings taken from that single tree. Over a hundred years later ‘Golden Delicious’…

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Apple 'Gordon' (Malus pumila)

Very popular low-chill, late-season variety for warm coastal regions. Medium-sized fruits are firm and sweet for eating fresh or used in cooking.

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Apple 'Granny Smith' (Malus pumila)

This Apple is well-loved for its tart flavor and the fruits are ideal for eating fresh, baking or making juice. Compared to other Apple trees, 'Granny Smith' requires a shorter cold weather period before blooming, and is a favorite selection for growing in milder climates.

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Apple 'Haralred' (Malus pumila)

Excellent all-around, mid-to-late season variety with good disease resistance. Produces an abundance of juicy red apples with firm flesh and a tart flavor that is great for sauces or baking.

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Apple 'Honeygold' (Malus pumila)

A reliable favorite for Northern gardeners. This late-season variety was introduced in the 1930’s by researchers at the University of Minnesota especially for regions with cold winters. Fruits are medium to large with excellent sweet flavor. To insure good yields a cross-pollinator…

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