||Cortland X Lodi
||Green with red striping
||Fruit similar to Cortland, but tarter. Stores well for an early apple.
Tree a vigorous grower.
||New York 1700's ?
||medium; smooth skin; tender white flesh, crisp and juicy, brisk, tangy flavor
||New York 1800 ?
||greenish-yellow, striped and splashed with dark red
||medium-sized, slightly conical; thin skin; yellowish-white, tender, juicy flesh; very flavorful
||McIntosh X Yellow Transparent
||Yellow, red striped
||White, tender flesh with pleasant flavor. Good for home and local markets.
||New Brunswick 1880 ?
||red and crimson-striped
||medium-sized; soft, juicy white flesh, stained with red; excellent for sauce; once popular as a fried apple served for breakfast
||New York 1838 ?
||light greenish-yellow with fine stripes and splashes of bright red
||medium sized and often has unequal sides; smooth, thick skin; tender, crisp, juicy white flesh, stained with red
||Old native, Unknown
||Attractive fruit with rich, sweet, yellowish flesh. Tree bears heavily
and is long-lived.
||Small, very high quality. Good for cider. Like all russets, this is
a good keeper.
||Golden Delicious x Ingrid Marie
||orange-red with a yellow undercolor
||large size, round to conical shape; firm, yellowish white, aromatic, tart to subacid flavor
||McIntosh X Red Delicious
||medium sized, slightly conical; aromatic; creamy white, crisp, sweet, and juicy flesh; clean, sweet flavor; grown by many commercial orchards; good for cider
||Jonamac X Vista Bella
||Introduced by the NYS Expt. Stn. at Geneva in 1988, a medium sized,
round, firm fruit with light yellow flesh, subacid flavor and pleasant
||New York 1800's ?
||bright red skin mixed with splashes of orange
||Early to mid
||medium sized; crisp, yellow, aromatic flesh; excellent dessert apple
||Pennsylvania before 1842 ?
||dull green shaded with red and bronze
||large to very large; greenish white, tender, coarse and juicy flesh; good keeper
||American early 1800's ?
||clear yellow skin
||large, somewhat oblong; white, tinged with yellow and tender, juicy and aromatic flesh
||New York 1832 ?
||clear yellow skin marbled with rich red and specks of brownish-red
||medium; yellow flesh, tender and sweet
||Pennsylvania before 1869 ?
||yellow, mostly covered with crimson and darker red stripes
||medium to large and slightly ribbed; thin, smooth skin; yellowish-white flesh with red staining
||North Carolina ?
||bright yellow, thick white bloom
||medium to large; thin, smooth skin; yellow flesh is tender, aromatic, and somewhat dry-textured
||McIntosh X Longfield
||A very excellent dessert apple. A good keeper and resistant to cedar-apple
||(Macoun x Antonovka) X NY49821-46
||A good quality fresh-eating, cider and cooking apple. Keeps well in
storage. Tree vigorous and disease resistant. (Plant patent #5723.)
||Kidd's Orange Red X Golden Delicious
||orange-red stripes over creamy yellow
||medium to large; sweet, subacid, aromatic, crisp and granular; 1965 introduction from New Zealand
||Found growing near Fort Kent, ME. A very hardy tree that is a thrifty
grower and hardens off early for winter. Brought to our attention by Garfield
||A large late-winter keeper. Good culinary apple.
||Virginia 1980 ?
||medium size, conical in shape; yellowish white, firm, crisp, and juicy flesh
||US before 1800 ?
||greenish-yellow, faint, bronze blush
||large to very large, roundish, sides often unequal; greenish-yellow, coarse, moderately crisp and quite acidic flesh
||Grimes Golden X Golden Reinette ?
||golden yellow, occasional russet patches
||large, conic to round; smooth skin; crisp, clean juicy yellow flesh; sweet and mild flavor; famous variety from West Virginia, ca. 1912
||before 1800 ?
||golden-orange, marbled and striped with red and bronze
||Mid to Late
||medium-sized, somewhat conical; fine-grained, yellow, firm, crisp and juicy flesh; fair keeper
||English Russet seedling
||Yields the best-flavored cider. Hard fruit, stores all winter. When
using for cider, mix with juicy varieties to get a good blend of flavor
||medium to large; thin, smooth waxy skin; yellow, firm, juicy, and aromatic flesh; extraordinarily sweet
||Early to early-mid
||Flesh crisp, juicy and tender, makes delicious aromatic sauce and is
also an excellent eating apple. Productive, annual bearer.
||North Carolina 1860 ?
||greenish-yellow, dark and bright red stripes and shading
||Mid to Late
||medium, conical; thin, smooth waxy skin; greenish, tough and juicy flesh; fine cooking qualities; excellent keeper
||Australia 1868 ?
||dark to pale green, distinctive whitish dots
||medium-sized; crisp, firm, and juicy flesh; fine cooking qualities; excellent for applesauce and apple juice; good keeper
||Indiana 1800's ?
||green skin to greenish-yellow
||Early to Mid
||large, roundish; white aromatic, tender and juicy flesh; good keeper
||West Virginia 1790 ?
||yellow, occasional patches of russet
||medium to large, roundish to slightly oblong; tough skin; aromatic, highly flavored; tender, crisp, juicy yellowish-orange flesh; good keeper