||waxy, greenish-yellow shaded with dull red
||fine-grained and tender with a spicy to sweet flavor
||dull crimson-red; fine gray-brown russet coat
||conical fruit, crisp, tender and firm; dry, nutty flavor
||Battleford open pollinated
||Good cooking apple, will keep 2-3 months in storage.
||Long lasting, profuse clusters of white flowers give way to tiny (1/4")
fruit which hang on the tree well into winter.
||Jonathan X Worcester Pearmain
||medium-sized; crisp, white juicy flesh; l970 introduction by the Tohoku Agricultural Experimental Station in Japan
||greenish, covered with red and carmine stripes and splashes
||firm, coarse, and crisp
||United Kingdom 1894 ?
||greenish yellow, reddish flush or stripes
||medium size conical shape; flesh cream-colored,candy like flavor; good cooker
||North Carolina 1840's ?
||deep red skin
||tender, crisp and juicy, white flesh, rather tart; fine storage qualities
||Beautiful Arcade X Fluke 38 Crab
||pale red, gray bloom
||small to medium-sized; red-fleshed, tart flavor; bred by Dr. Neils Hansen, of South Dakota
||Early McIntosh X NY 845
||Red wash over yellow
||White, fine-grained flesh bleeding to pink when fully ripe. Pleasant
flavor, good for eating or cooking. Not a keeper.
||Massachusetts 1850's ?
||Mid to Late
||sweet and aromatic with slightly chewy flesh
|American Summer Pearmain
||1816 or earlier ?
||yellow striped with red
||medium sized and somewhat oblong in shape
||Mercer X Duchess
||Bears at a young age. Good for culinary use.
||Large, round, white fleshed apple of average quality. Pretty, pink-tinged
||Winesap X ?
||dark red to almost black
||medium,slightly conical in shape; yellow flesh is firm, fine-grained, crisp, moderately juicy, and sprightly subacid in flavor; best keeper
||Arkansas 1905 ?
||yellow overlaid with crimson and darker red stripes
||medium size, whitish flesh, crisp, sweet, and crunchy
||English 1700 ?
||yellowish-green, occasional light-orange blush, fine gray-brown russet coating
||high-quality dessert apple; yellowish-white flesh; crisp, firm and juicy
||Red Astrachan open pollinated
||Small, flavorful fruit. Abundance of white flowers.
||Winter St. Lawrence X Duchess
||Good for cooking and eating. Keeps well. Tree a strong grower and productive.
||Arctic X Northern Spy
||Good tasting, productive, scab-resistant.