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An early-season apple with fall apple qualities. Crisp and sweet with bright, attractive red coloring. A Honeycrisp/Winecrisp cross
Premier Honeycrisp shares many of the same attributes of the original honeycrisp. Crisp, juicy and a perfect sweet/tart combination. Ripens about 21 days ahead of Regular Honeycrisp.
A moderately sweet apple with a nice crunch. One of the most popular apples in America.
An apple developed by Cornell University. Autumn Crip are extra crisp and juicy with a hint of tartness. Excellent for apple slice snacks.
The name says it all. Recently our most popular apple. It’s sweetness, juiciness and tartness make it the perfect eating apple.
An all-purpose apple. Excellent for eating, baking or apple sauce. A tart apple with a crisp flesh.
This apple won’t turn brown and very popular for salads. A wonderfully tart apple that is great for snacking and baking.
A true New York apple. Developed by Cornell University, its unique sweet tart combination makes it very versatile.
Another successful apple developed by Cornell University. Jonagolds tend to be on the sweeter side with a hint of tartness. A great snacking and baking apple that gives off a wonderful aroma.
One of the most sought-after apples in the fall. A crisp tart apple with a white flesh.
One of the juiciest apples we offer. A great baking and eating apple and known for its large size. Less pealing!!!
The flavor is pleasant and sweet, with very low acidity. A great apple especially if you love galas but want something a little more crisp!!
A great baking apple that works well for pies or apple sauce. A tart, juicy apple.
A beautiful apple that is good for snacking or baking. A tart, firm apple that stores well.
Well known for its firmness and sweetness. The flavor is predominantly sweet, and very refreshing.
Sweet, juicy, firm and crisp. The name describes the apple perfectly, and it stores great all year around. A Honeycrisp and Fuji cross.