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Apple (Malus) 'Baldwin'

Apple (Malus) 'Baldwin'

Common Name: Baldwin Apple

The Baldwin is a bright red winter apple, above medium in size or large, and very good in quality when grown under favorable conditions. It stands handling well because of its firm texture and thick skin. It is a favorite market variety because of its desirable season, good size, attractive red color and good quality. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Beacon'

Apple (Malus) 'Beacon'

Common Name: Beacon Apple

The Beacon is a hardy, heavy bearing tree, with the fruit having a short storage life. It is a good apple for eating fresh or cooking. It ripens mid to late August

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Apple (Malus) 'Black Twig'

Apple (Malus) 'Black Twig'

Common Name: Black Twig Apple

Fruit large to medium with green to yellow skin, flushed red. Flesh yellow, very firm. The ultimate in a tart apple. Tannic juice adds kick to sweet or hard cider.

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Apple (Malus) 'Calville Rouge d'automne'

Apple (Malus) 'Calville Rouge d'automne'

Common Name: Calville Rouge Apple

Sweet, slight strawberry or vinous flavor; tender, juicy flesh. Good fresh and for baked apples, keeps its form with a smooth creamy texture.

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Apple (Malus) 'Candycrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Candycrisp'

Common Name: Candycrisp Apple

Sweet, juicy taste. Thought to be a descendant of Red Delicious, this annual bearer sports large fruit and a clean, sweet flavor.

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Apple (Malus) 'Cortland'

Apple (Malus) 'Cortland'

Common Name: Cortland Apple

Vigorous, long-lived tree is annually productive and starts bearing early

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Apple (Malus) 'Cox Orange Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Cox Orange Pippin'

Common Name: Cox Orange Pippin Apple

Flavor is enhanced when fruit ripens off the tree. A heavy bearer and one of the best apples for espalier. It is the range and complexity of flavours which makes Cox's Orange Pippin so appealing to enthusiasts of the "English" style of apple. This is a variety for the connoisseur, who can delight in the appreciation of the remarkable range of subtle flavours - pear, melon, freshly-squeezed Florida orange juice, and mango are all evident in a good example. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Empire'

Apple (Malus) 'Empire'

Common Name: Empire Apple

Can be biennial in its bearing tendancies.

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Apple (Malus) 'Enterprise PP'

Apple (Malus) 'Enterprise PP'

Common Name: Enterprise Apple

 The flesh is fine-grained, pale yellow to cream colored, firm and crisp.  The fruit is round to moderately elongated with a bright, glossy finish and moderately thick skin.

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Apple (Malus) 'Fireside'

Apple (Malus) 'Fireside'

Common Name: Fireside Apple

 The crisp, juicy flesh is sweet, making this an excellent eating apple; but it is also good for baking, canning and freezing. Long-keeping and flavorful, these apples can usually be harvested in October.

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Apple (Malus) 'Freedom'

Apple (Malus) 'Freedom'

Common Name: Freedom Apple

Grow with 'Liberty' to give you a "spray-free" orchard. Almost immune to aple scab.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gala'

Apple (Malus) 'Gala'

Common Name: Gala Apple

Very heavy bearer. #2 ranked apple on the US Apple Associations list of most popular apples.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gibson Golden'

Apple (Malus) 'Gibson Golden'

Common Name: Gibson Golden Apple

The tree is vigorous, productive and easy to handle. Like standard Golden, the fruit is sweet and juicy and of excellent type.

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Apple (Malus) 'Golden Russet'

Apple (Malus) 'Golden Russet'

Common Name: Golden Russet Apple

Golden Russet is usually considered to have the best flavor of all American russet apples. It is an exceptionally versatile apple and was grown in New England on a commercial basis in the 19th century. Today it retains a keen following for the excellent quality of its juice, which is used for cider and hard cider production.

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Apple (Malus) 'GoldRush'

Apple (Malus) 'GoldRush'

Common Name: GoldRush Apple

The skin of a goldrush apple is greenish-yellow with occasional bronze to red blush at harvest (which turns to solid deep yellow in storage).

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Apple (Malus) 'GrandGala'

Apple (Malus) 'GrandGala'

Common Name: GrandGala Apple

The weight of Grand Gala’s fruit is approximately one and a half times its parent.

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Apple (Malus) 'Gravenstein'

Apple (Malus) 'Gravenstein'

Common Name: Gravenstein Apple

The Gravenstein apple has a tart flavor. It is picked in July and August and is heavily used as a cooking apple, especially for apple sauce and apple cider. It does not keep well, so it is available only in season.

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Apple (Malus) 'Grimes Golden'

Apple (Malus) 'Grimes Golden'

Common Name: Grimes Golden Apple

Grimes Golden in one of the relatively select group of apples that is self-fruitful. Superior dessert quality apple...especially pies. Good for juices and cider.

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Apple (Malus) 'Haralson'

Apple (Malus) 'Haralson'

Common Name: Haralson Apple

Prone to biennial bearing. Keeps well, will store until March. Fine winter hardy variety.

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Apple (Malus) 'Honeycrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Honeycrisp'

Common Name: Honeycrisp Apple

Has become an excellent variety for the home orchardist.  Honeycrisp fruit is characterized by an exceptionally crisp and juicy texture. Its flesh is cream colored and coarse. The flavor is sub-acid and ranges from mild and well-balanced to strongly aromatic, depending on the degree of maturity. It has consistently ranked as one of the highest quality apples in the University of Minnesota sensory evaluations.

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Apple (Malus) 'Honeygold'

Apple (Malus) 'Honeygold'

Common Name: Honeygold Apple

Medium storage life.  It is reported to be able to withstand -50 degreesF with little winter damage. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Ida Red'

Apple (Malus) 'Ida Red'

Common Name: Ida Red Apple

Idared is an excellent apple that is quite like Jonathan in flavor, but its flesh is crisp and white. It stores well and is one of the most dependable producers of large fruit. Blooms early, but ripens late. Excellent keeper, improves in storage.

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Apple (Malus) 'Lautz'

Apple (Malus) 'Lautz'

Common Name: Haralred Apple

Fireblight resistant. Great for the Northern United States and Canada. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Liberty'

Apple (Malus) 'Liberty'

Common Name: Liberty Apple

Keeps well into February. Does not require fungicide sprays. Does very well without spraying. It is a good dependable choice for any backyard orchard because it is highly productive and resistant to all the major apple diseases.

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Apple (Malus) 'Lodi'

Apple (Malus) 'Lodi'

Common Name: Lodi Apple

An attractive yellow early-season apple with a sharp flavor, best used for cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'Macoun'

Apple (Malus) 'Macoun'

Common Name: Macoun Apple

Good for eating.When ripe, it has a deep purple or almost "black" hue, a quality reminiscent of one of it's parents, 'Jersey Black'.  The Macoun has a short stem, which allows it to be "pushed" off the branch as the fruit reaches maturity. Fruit tends to drop when ripe.

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Apple (Malus) 'McIntosh'

Apple (Malus) 'McIntosh'

Common Name: McIntosh Apple

A classic apple that was discovered by John McIntosh in Ontario.  Plant with another variety for cross pollination.

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Apple (Malus) 'Minnewashta'

Apple (Malus) 'Minnewashta'

Common Name: Zestar! Apple

Ripens in August/September. Requires pollinator.  Has a much longer storage life than any other early apples. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'MN 447'

Apple (Malus) 'MN 447'

Common Name: Frostbite Apple

Great for cider or cooking. Intense sweet flavor. Extremely cold hardy, it is an excellent variety for cold, northern regions.

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Apple (Malus) 'Mutsu'

Apple (Malus) 'Mutsu'

Common Name: Mutsu Apple

All purpose apple and a favorite with the kids. Resistant to frost injury.

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Apple (Malus) 'Norland'

Apple (Malus) 'Norland'

Common Name: Norland Apple

 Very hardy. Keeps about 16 weeks in cold storage. Fruit must be picked before full maturity for storage or use.

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Apple (Malus) 'Northern Spy'

Apple (Malus) 'Northern Spy'

Common Name: Northern Spy Apple

Flesh yellow to white, rather firm, very tender, crisp, juicy, slightly sweet and mildly acidic. Stores well. Good for pies or eating out of hand.

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Apple (Malus) 'Northwest Greening'

Apple (Malus) 'Northwest Greening'

Common Name: Northwest Greening Apple

Good for keeping. Best when cooked into sauce or made into pies as it does not rate high for fresh eating.

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Apple (Malus) 'Orleans Reinette'

Apple (Malus) 'Orleans Reinette'

Common Name: Orleans Reinette Apple

Very juicy flesh with a taste first of sweet oranges followed by a nutty flavor. Round, flattened, greenish-yellow skin with some cinnamon russet in most cases wrapped around firm, creamy white, fine-textured flesh. Orleans Reinette is one of the best.

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Apple (Malus) 'Pound Sweet'

Apple (Malus) 'Pound Sweet'

Common Name: Pound Sweet Apple

The yellow flesh is firm and crisp with a sweet flavor. Suitable for baking, frying, preserving or dessert. Often used for apple butter making. Sometimes, this variety was also stewed with quince. It is highly productive, but bears biennially, and the fruit ripens unevenly and tends to watercore. It ripens in September.

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Apple (Malus) 'Pristine PP#9981'

Apple (Malus) 'Pristine PP#9981'

Common Name: Pristine Apple

One of the earliest of our scab resistant offerings, ripening just after Lodi. The tree is vigorous and considered very scab resistant, but somewhat susceptible to fire blight.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red Duchess'

Apple (Malus) 'Red Duchess'

Common Name: Red Duchess Apple

Abundant fruit. Annual bearer.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red McIntosh'

Apple (Malus) 'Red McIntosh'

Common Name: Red McIntosh Apple

A classic apple that was discovered by John McIntosh in Ontario.  Plant with another variety for cross pollination.

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Apple (Malus) 'Red Prairie Spy'

Apple (Malus) 'Red Prairie Spy'

Common Name: Red Prairie Spy Apple

It has large fruit that are red over a yellow background. Red Prairie Spy is a long-term storage apple and very productive. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Redfree'

Apple (Malus) 'Redfree'

Common Name: Redfree Apple

Without a doubt, one of the best-eating early apples. Redfree features red Jonathan-type coloring, with firm flesh and good texture.

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Apple (Malus) 'Ribston Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Ribston Pippin'

Common Name: Ribston Pippin Apple

By Victorian times Ribston Pippin was very popular as a late fall apple, and the Victorian fruit enthusiast Robert Hogg reported that it was in "greatest perfection during November and December".

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Apple (Malus) 'Roxbury Russet'

Apple (Malus) 'Roxbury Russet'

Common Name: Roxbury Russet Apple

It’s the oldest American apple still being grown today. Excellent old cider apple, a keeper and good for eating fresh. Large greenish, sometimes bronze tinged skin almost covered with yellowish-brown russet.

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Apple (Malus) 'Royal Gala'

Apple (Malus) 'Royal Gala'

Common Name: Royal Gala Apple

 They are also considered to be a very soft eating apple due to their lack of crispiness, well-suited for denture wearers.

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Apple (Malus) 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Apple (Malus) 'Scarlet Sentinel'

Common Name: Scarlet Sentinel Apple

These fruit store through February. Grown for its vertical shape.  Good multi-purpose apple.

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Apple (Malus) 'September Wonfer Fuji'

Apple (Malus) 'September Wonfer Fuji'

Common Name: September Wonder Fuji Apple

Its main characteristic is the lovely pink speckled flush over a yellow-green background. It is also crisp and juicy, with dull white flesh which snaps cleanly. The flavor is predominantly sweet, very refreshing (especially if slightly chilled)

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Apple (Malus) 'Sheepnose'

Apple (Malus) 'Sheepnose'

Common Name: Sheepnose Apple

Reminiscent of Spitzenburg, rich and sweet, with a relatively dry flesh. Hangs well on tree.

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Apple (Malus) 'Smokehouse'

Apple (Malus) 'Smokehouse'

Common Name: Smokehouse Apple

Besides its excellent eating qualities, Smokehouse is a fine cooking and baking apple. The apple has greenish-yellow skin covered with shades and stripes of red. Flesh is yellowish, crisp and firm with a pleasing spicy flavor. Ripens September or later depending on the locale.

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Apple (Malus) 'Snapp Stayman'

Apple (Malus) 'Snapp Stayman'

Common Name: Snapp Stayman Apple

Snapp(TM) Stayman is a bright red Apple with super crispy, yellow flesh that offers a flavor that can only be described as heavenly especially for those who like a tart Apple. Absolutely one of the best Apples for baking, ciders and sauce.

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Apple (Malus) 'SnappyMac'

Apple (Malus) 'SnappyMac'

Common Name: SnappyMac Apple

Harvest in September...keep till January.

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Apple (Malus) 'Snow Famuse'

Apple (Malus) 'Snow Famuse'

Common Name: Snow Famuse Apple

One of the oldest and most desirable dessert apples, a parent of the aromatic McIntosh. Delicious fresh off the tree, in cider or in all sorts of culinary ways.

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Apple (Malus) 'Spartan'

Apple (Malus) 'Spartan'

Common Name: Spartan Apple

Medium in size and round in shape the skin of the Spartan apple varies from bright red to dark purple red depending upon how long it is allowed to ripen on the tree. Its crisp white flesh is aromatic and exceptionally juicy with a balanced sweet tart apple flavor. An excellent keeper, the Spartan apple becomes slightly sweeter in cold storage 

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Apple (Malus) 'Spitzenburg'

Apple (Malus) 'Spitzenburg'

Common Name: Spitzenburg Apple

Unexcelled in flavor or quality...good off the tree but improves in storage.

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Apple (Malus) 'Summer Rambo'

Apple (Malus) 'Summer Rambo'

Common Name: Summer Rambo Apple

Displays some resistance to scab and fireblight. Great as an earlier apple variety. One of the first apples grown in early America.— perfect for juice and cider. Also excellent for fresh eating and makes an unforgettable sauce. Antique variety, originates France, circa 16th century. Cold-hardy. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Summer Red'

Apple (Malus) 'Summer Red'

Common Name: Summer Red Apple

Good for cooking & good for keeping, these red speckled, early-season, med-large apples are firm & rich in flavor; strong upright-growing tree

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Apple (Malus) 'Sweet 16'

Apple (Malus) 'Sweet 16'

Common Name: Sweet 16 Apple

Sweet Sixteen's flesh, coarse-grained and dripping with juice, is a light apricot yellow. Its flavors are mild, generally sweet with a little tempering tartness.

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Apple (Malus) 'Twenty Ounce'

Apple (Malus) 'Twenty Ounce'

Common Name: Twenty Ounce Apple

A premier cooking apple and excellent for desserts...over 100 yrs as being one of the best dessert apples

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Apple (Malus) 'Va Linn'

Apple (Malus) 'Va Linn'

Common Name: La Crescent Apple

Early season variety is crisp, juicy and moderately sweet. Good choice for pick-your-own orchards as they can be picked over a long period of time. Short storage life.

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Apple (Malus) 'Washington Strawberry'

Apple (Malus) 'Washington Strawberry'

Common Name: Washington Strawberry Apple

A large apple, roundish with a yellowish-green base washed or striped with bright red. Soft, juicy, creamy flesh. Flavor is sweet and spritely with a hint of strawberry. Aromatic. An old variety excellent for all uses from eating to baking to cooking.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wealthy'

Apple (Malus) 'Wealthy'

Common Name: Wealthy Apple

Flesh is sprightly, vinous, distinctive flavor with a hint of strawberry. Small compact tree bears heavily, is very hardy and low chill. Blooms profusely over a long period, making it an excellent pollinator.

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Apple (Malus) 'Westfield Seek-No-Further'

Apple (Malus) 'Westfield Seek-No-Further'

Common Name: Westfield Seek-No-Further Apple

Creamy yellow, firm, medium-grained, crisp flesh rich, complex and distinct flavor. Excellent for dessert, cider, or eaten fresh.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wildung PP19,946'

Apple (Malus) 'Wildung PP19,946'

Common Name: SnowSweet Apple

"SAVOR THE SWEET"™  The fruit's snowy white flesh is very slow to oxidize and turn brown after cutting. SnowSweet® can be sliced for snacking or cut for salads well in advance and dishes maintain an appetizing appearance.

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Apple (Malus) 'Winecrisp'

Apple (Malus) 'Winecrisp'

Common Name: Winecrisp Apple

A late season crop, it will store up to 9 months in cold storage. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Winsap'

Apple (Malus) 'Winsap'

Common Name: Winsap Apple

Tart, tangy, and very firm, Winesap is primarily used for baking and cooking. Winesap apples pair well with wine and cheese. Winesap Apples store very well.

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Apple (Malus) 'Winter Banana'

Apple (Malus) 'Winter Banana'

Common Name: Winter Banana Apple

 Good quality. Better eating than cooking. Flesh moderately firm, a little coarse, tender, mild, subacid, characteristically aromatic.

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Apple (Malus) 'Wodarz'

Apple (Malus) 'Wodarz'

Common Name: Wodarz Apple

 From North Dakota. Considered to be one of the hardier apples, Wodarz has an uneven shape and yellow to green skin with a pink blush ripening in late September to early October. Flesh is white, firm and sweet. 

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Apple (Malus) 'Wolf River'

Apple (Malus) 'Wolf River'

Common Name: Apple Wolf River

Primarily used as a cooking apple. Color is pale red to green with carmine-red blushes and stripes

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Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Newtown Pippin'

Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Newtown Pippin'

Common Name: Yellow Newtown Pippin Apple

It is a medium to large apple, greenish-yellow in color with hints of pink at the stem end. The yellowish flesh is firm, crisp, and very aromatic. A good storage apple ripening in October and keeping into February or later.

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Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Transparent'

Apple (Malus) 'Yellow Transparent'

Common Name: Yellow Transparent Apple

Yellow Transparent is just about the earliest summer apple. It is medium-large with transluscent pale yellow skin. Some say it makes the best sauces because of its crisp, very sweet juicy, white flesh that is very light and texture, but it is also wonderful in pies.

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Apple (Malus) 'York Imperial'

Apple (Malus) 'York Imperial'

Common Name: York Imperial Apple

 A medium to large-size apple, it is known for its odd shape, off-white flesh, crisp, firm texture, and its juiciness. You also can recognize a York Imperial apple by its color, which ranges from a yellowish-green with a light red blush and yellow stripes to almost fully red with reddish-brown at the top or bottom. This old-fashioned apple is still grown on farms and orchards across Pennsylvania and the continental United States.

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Moongold'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Moongold'

Common Name: Moongold Apricot

Apricots are firm and sweet with delightful flavor. The freestone fruits make delicious preserves. The Moongold is unsurpassed for eating out of hand. Tree is free from disease and vigorous.

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Scout'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Scout'

Common Name: Scout Apricot

Blooms early May. Although 'Scout' is technically self-fruitful, it produces more fruit with a pollinator. Hardy to -40°F

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Apricot (Prunus) 'Sungold'

Apricot (Prunus) 'Sungold'

Common Name: Sungold Apricot

Sungold's fruit is nearly round with thin tender skin; flesh is clear orange, tender juicy, mild, and sweet. Freestone, a real taste treat for eating out of hand or tasty preserves. The tree grows more upright than Moongold

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