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Introduced: 1966, New York
This well-known, bruise resistant lunchbox apple has a balanced sweet-tart taste and crisp texture ideal for fresh eating. Its appealing deep color and melon undertones can be attributed to its parents: McIntosh and Red Delicious.
Mid Season - Fresh
Introduced: Early 1900’s, United Kingdom
This “vintage” English cider apple exhibits an earthy aroma and produces a bittersweet cider.
Late season – Cider
Introduced: 1870 New York, USA
Liberty’s name refers to a trouble free cultivation: it ‘liberates’ growers from excessive spray due to its high natural disease resistance. Offspring to Macoun, it exhibits a clean, sweet flavor and striking red color that produces a brilliant pink applesauce.
Mid season - Eating, Applesauce
Introduced: 1978, Nova Scotia
This disease resistant and early ripening strain of McIntosh exhibits a crisp, tender, and fine-textured flesh. Excellent for fresh eating and cooking.
Early Season - Fresh, pies
Introduced: 1881, Wisconsin
An antique American variety best known for its enormous size and excellent baking and cooking qualities. Its classic New England flavors of spice and sweet cider are pleasant and well balanced. This apple is also disease resistant and stores well.
Mid Season - Fresh, Pies, Cider
Introduced: 1915, New York USA
A cross between McIntosh and Ben Davis, this popular apple exhibits a sweet vinous flavor and crisp refreshing bite.
Mid Season - Pies
Introduced: 1930s, New Zealand
This favorite fresh eating apple has a very aromatic and sweet flavor and crisp, firm texture. Galas are related to Golden Delicious and are similarly loved by Americans, ranking as the 6th most eaten apple in the USA!
Mid Season - Fresh, Pies
Introduced: 1700s, Acadia (Quebec, Vermont, New York, Maine)
A lovely dessert apple that is native to Vermont! Also known as “Fameuse,” this apple is believed to be a parent to the popular McIntosh. Snow apples were traditionally offered to children in their stockings at Christmas. This thin skinned, small fruit has a tender, snow white flesh and is juicy, sweet and tart. The Snow apple is excellent eating, sauce and cider apple.
Late Season - Cider, Fresh, Sauce
Introduced: 1923, New York
Macoun is an offspring of McIntosh and Jersey Black. This extra sweet, very juicy tender apple has snow white flesh and wonderful aroma. Excellent for eating and sauces.
And how to say the name? It rhymes with town, not tune!
Mid-Season - Fresh, Sauces
Introduced: 1890, West Virginia
Golden Supremes’ flesh is crisp, coarse-grained, and light yellow. With many of the honey-and-pear qualities of a Golden Delicious, the flavor is sweet and balanced. Its firm and juicy flesh is pleasing to the palate and great for fresh eating, baking and cider.
Mid Season - Fresh, Cooking
Introduced: 1991, Minnesota
As it’s name implies, this favorite fresh eating apple has an exceptionally crisp and juicy texture, and an outstanding honey flavored sweetness. As you bite into the cream-colored flesh, the large cells explode with juice in your mouth. An offspring of Keepsake, one of our favorites!
Mid Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1500s, France
One of the oldest apple varieties, grown in the orchards of sixteenth-century Picardy, France and brought to Colonial America. Also known as “Summer Rambo” for its early ripening, this complex apple delivers flavors hinting at berries, vanilla, and mint. Breaking, crisp, exceptionally juicy, aromatic flesh. Good for eating and sauce.
Early Season - Fresh, Cooking
Introduced: 1910, British Columbia Canada
This early fall apple is noted for its unique porcelain color and outstanding texture and flavor. It is firm, extremely crisp and also very juicy and mild.
Early season - fresh
Introduced: 1973, Minnesota
This apple has a fine-textured crisp flesh with an unusual complex combination of sweet, nutty and spicy flavor with slight anise essence, sometimes describe as cherry, vanilla or even bourbon. Sweet 16 is an offspring of Northern Spy.
Mid Season - Fresh
Introduced: 1946, Minnesota
A wonderful, tiny apple that packs a seriously rich, nutty flavor with tons of spicy notes.
Late season - Fresh, cider
Tangy and sweet, the Red Gold is a very popular, lovely nectarine.
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UPCOMING PYO SCHEDULE
- Mid August: Peaches, Asian and European Pears
- Late August: Early Apples, Peaches, Pears
- September: Mid Apples, Pears, European Plums
- October: Mid Apples, Asian Pears
- November: Late Apples
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