||Old English ?
||small, very aromatic; English cider apple which arose in Martock, Somerset, England
||Mid to Late
||High quality fruit with distinctive flavor. Keeps all winter. Resistant
||Tennessee 1850 ?
||yellow, occasional pink blush and frequent large, reddish spots
||large, slightly conical, sometimes with unequal sides; tough, smooth yellow skin; mild, yellowish, fine-grained, juicy flesh
||Southern US ?
||greenish-yellow skin, red stripes and splashes
||medium to large; greenish-white, fine-grained, and somewhat tart flesh
||Georgia 1855 ?
||light green skin covered with gray dots
||medium to large; yellowish-white, tender and juicy flesh; high quality dessert apple, very pleasant flavor
|Dixie Red Delight
||Alabama early 1900's ?
||sweet, crisp flavor; very good keeper
||yellow, red striping
||large, roundish conical; sweet; white, tender flesh; fair keeper
||Maryland 1830's ?
||yellowish, red mottling, slight russeting
||medium, flattened; Juicy and aromatic; good keeper
||Mid to late
||Small, highly-flavored fruit, great for jelly. Classic "flowering crab"
with early white blooms. Fireblight and scab resistant.
||Stone X Duchess
||Resistant to tent caterpillar and scab. Good eating apple, keeps well.
||Russian before 1817 ?
||Red striped, yellow blush
||Early to early-mid
||medium to large; smooth skin; whitish, tender, crisp and juicy flesh; excellent for cooking and fine for fresh eating; fair keeper
||Duchess open pollinated
||Yellow with red stripes
||Big, attractive. Makes great sauce and baked apple.
||North Carolina before 1900 ?
||dark-red, darker red stripes
||large and slightly conical; yellowish-white, tender, crisp and juicy flesh
|Dunkerton Late Sweet
||English 1940's ?
||English cider apple