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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 'Gravenstein' (Malus pumila)

This heirloom European variety has been cultivated since at least the 1700’s. It was introduced to North America in the early 1800’s and has remained a favorite ever since. ‘Gravenstein’ apples are prized for their juicy, fine-grained flesh and mildly tart flavor. An…

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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 'Haralson' (Malus pumila)

The Haralson is a superb eating apple, juicy with crisp, white flesh and a hint of tartness. The tree is a strong grower and shows some resistance to common diseases. These apples can be stored for up to six months with little loss of flavor.

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Apple 'Hardi-Mac' (Malus pumila)

Exceptionally cold-hardy ‘Macintosh’ cultivar first found in Calgary, Alberta. Fruit is bright red with firm, crispy flesh and a sweet flavor. A great choice for eating fresh or baking. To insure good yields a late spring flowering cross-pollinator should also be planted.

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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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Apple 'Jonagold' (Malus pumila)

This crisp, tangy-sweet apple has the best quality and flavor if eaten soon after harvesting, because the fruits do not keep as well in cold storage compared to some other cultivars. Pair an apple with cheese or peanut butter to create a healthy and balanced snack of protein and…

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Apple 'Jonathan' (Malus pumila)

There’s nothing more American than this Woodstock, New York discovery! Medium-sized deciduous tree produces late-ripening red fruit that is sweet and juicy. With its juicy flavor and culinary versatility, ‘Jonathan’ has become one of the United States’ most popular varieties…

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Apple 'Liberty' (Malus pumila)

One of the most disease-resistant apple varieties available. ‘Liberty’ was introduced in 1978 by researchers at Cornell University in New York because of its remarkable tolerance to scab, fire blight, mildew and cedar apple rust. Medium-sized apples are juicy with a sweet-tart…

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Apple 'Lodi' (Malus pumila)

This early-season variety produces a heavy crop of lovely green apples with a refreshing tart flavor. An excellent selection for juices, sauce or baking. To insure good yields a cross-pollinator should also be planted.

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