A medium-sized, bright greenish-yellow apple with a reddish-brown blush, often on one face only. Similar flavor to Russet, first introduced under the name "Norfolk Pippin". Flesh is medium firm, juicy with great aromatic flavour and delicate smell. Very sweet apple. New very popular variety. grained, very juicy, well balanced sugar and acid level, rich flavour. Apples, including dessert, culinary, and cider varieties. A medium-sized conic to truncate-conic apple. Very tart. Unusual in fact that it has scaly russet patches mixed with smooth. Plums. Sweet and crispy, takes 4–8 hours after cutting to start browning. Good taste, but poor keeper (bruises easily). 1998. Russets. Khanizadeh, S. and J. Cousineau. Idared is a cross between. Parent of. Known favourite of Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson. Fruits are sold commercially in the UK. Arthur Turner . Very fragrant. Pale yellow-green skin has a telltale crimson blush on the side that faced the sun. Very disease-resistant. A medium-sized apple with a red blush. Tangy taste. Dullish red skin often covered with a light russet. Our love of wholesome candy first started more than 35 years ago in a small candy shop in southern Sweden. Apple is large in size, weighing 250–300 g. It is yellow, juicy, and bittersweet with a weak aroma. Yellow with red striping. Excellent keeper. Greensleeves type; abundant cropping and a compact tree. ISBN 0-660-60543-0. "Our Apples/ Les Pommiers de Chez Nous", A Description of Over 250 Apple Cultivars Grown in Eastern and Central Canada Including 400 Coloured Photographs of the Fruits, Flowers and Leaves. Early harvest. In the following list, use for "eating" means that the fruit is consumed raw, rather than cooked. Phytochemicals (quercetin, catechin, chlorogenic acid, anthocyanin) Has flavour similar to the former but storage, colouring, and cold tolerance of the latter. This list does not include the species and varieties of apples collectively known as crab apples, which are grown primarily for ornamental purposes, though they may be used to make jelly. Chewy rather than crunchy. Good clean taste. Developed at. White flesh is crisp with a sharp flavour that mellows with storage. These include bologna and hot dogs. May have monastic origins. Similar texture to Ribston Pippin, and in a good year, its equal in flavour. A large, round, slightly conic apple. One of the best English keeping apples, with proper storage Sturmer Pippin lasts 4 to 5 months. Yellow skin with orange red flush. Medium to large, roundish oblate; skin green or greenish yellow washed with dull red with darker red broken tripes, covered with a heavy bluish bloom. Light yellow-green skin with a red-orange blush and stripes. Medium to small in size, slightly conical in shape, dull green skin with an orange-red blush, some russeting. Light red, pink and light yellow-green striped skin. Summer apple. Cherries. Originally raised by a parson in Berkshire. Juicy and sweet, and viewed as a successor to the Honeycrisp by many growers. Possibly Blenheim Orange × Golden Noble. Cold-tolerant. Due to its regular size, even colour and storage qualities the fruit is widely sold commercially. Named for creek near which first seedling found. Light yellow-green skin strewn with white dots, occasionally with a faint reddish orange blush. click to browse If you wish to reuse any photographs, please obtain written permission by writing to us at apples@mofga.org Open menu. Does not keep very well. Medium-sized, roundish oblate with thin yellow-green skin with an orange blush and bright red stripes. Tart, wine-like flavour. Claims both UK and US heritage: parents are Cox's Orange and Idared. Firm, fine to medium grained, medium juicy, full flavoured, sweet, mild-subacid. Unmistakable for its acutely conic shape, dark red colour and telltale bumps on bottom. Oldest cultivar in Northern Europe, grown mostly in Sweden and Estonia. Sweet. A medium-sized early yellow-green apple, often with red stripes. Good storage qualities, but loses fragrance with age. Mainly grown in UK, Belgium and the Netherlands but also grown for export in New Zealand. Suitable for more northerly, cold, wet climates. The fruit shape is uniform and the skin mostly red with some yellow stripes. Large apple, though shape can be irregular. Selection of rootstock cultivars can be difficult: vigorous roots tend to give trees that are healthy but grow too tall to be harvested easily without careful pruning, while dwarfing rootstocks result in small trees that are easy to harvest from, but are often shorter-lived and sometimes less healthy. Reliably heavy annual bearer. Pastel green with a light pink flush. Ripens in October in state of origin. Publisher Shahrokh Khanizadeh, 260 p. Ed: S. Khanizadeh. Farm Market homepage for hours and more >. Pale green to yellow colour, will keep nicely until late autumn. Marketed as "Piñata" in the United States. Not all red delicious are the same as there are many varieties of red delicious. Flavor is a nice combination of sweet and tart, with a banana aroma. Stores well up to six months. Mclntosh × Worcester Pearmain. During the fall you will find many of these varieites at our store. Very versatile in kitchen; not only does it cook well, but makes a good single-variety. Stores well. Good storing apple, bruise resistant, dull red skin. Roasted Applesauce. Medium-sized, conic, uniform deep red skin. Braeburn, Cameo, Cortland, Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Ida Red, Jonagold, Jonamac, Jonathan, Lady Alice, Lodi, Mutsu/Crispin, Paula Red, Rome, Stayman/Winesap, Summer Rambo, Golden Supreme. p.121-129. Used mostly for making apple butter. Linguee. Grown from chance seedling of Golden Delicious. Three apple varieties cultivated in southern Sweden namely Jonagold, Kim and Mutsu were subjected to osmotic treatment at 5, 20 and 40 °C with a 50% sucrose solution. Light pink to deep red flesh is crisp, sweet and mildly tart. Fragrant smell, thin skin and balanced sweet and tart flavour profile. A thin-skinned, flattened apple. Moderately acidic taste. 1998. Originated on the farm of James Gragg in Caldwell County, NC about 1860. Greenish-yellow skin, often with a blush of pinkish red. Original seedling known as "Hawkeye." We have been baking Swedish Apple Pie with local Cortland apples but any good pie apples will do. They are tart, juicy and tender. It takes 6- 8 medium apples for 2 ½ to 3 lbs. Created by Pépinières Grard. Trees are. Good cooker. Hard and crunchy; stores well. Fruit is green with red striped overcolor. Makes much juice. Rights bought by. A medium-sized, very dark red, heavily ribbed apple. Braeburn. Discovered as accidental seedling. Good keeper, improves with storage. Classic North American red apple. White flesh is rich, sweet and juicy. Acidity moderates in cold storage, with exceptional quality after 2 to 3 months. Excellent cooker. Fun Fact: Sundance has genetic ancestry from four varieties: Golden Delicious, 1050NJI, Winter Banana, McIntosh, and Rome. Lasts long in refrigeration. Best for eating and makes a naturally sweet, smooth applesauce. Grimes Golden is the parent of the ubiquitous. Honeycrisp x Cripps Pink. What are the best Apples to use for Swedish Apple Pie Recipe: There are several varieties of apples that will work but also, several that will not. Honeycrisp and Pink Lady continue to move up the chart, and Red Delicious is moving down. Sweet, tart with a tangy flavor that seems to get better in storage. Late breaking stories from Stockholm and other key cities, and world reports of Swedish interest, The study was undertaken to collect information in order to identify the effects of initial tissue properties on mass transport phenomena in general, and osmotic processing responses in particular. Extremely crisp, sweet apple. Excellent culinary variety; renowned for its use in Strudel. Early dessert apple with pink blush. Golden Delicious × Indo. Thin, tannic skin is yellow-green with a red blush overlaid with reddish-orange streaks. Flesh is sweet and juicy. Quality varies from apple to apple. Flesh keeps is shape, and the flavour becomes much stronger with cooking. One of the most popular varieties in the world. Smallish, squat, deep golden yellow colour with red blush and firm, white, fine-grained aromatic sweet flesh. Tree is scab-resistant. Easy to grow. Golden Delicious × James Grieve; good garden apple, with a pleasant but unexceptional flavour. Rich sweet taste with vinous flavour. Spreading habit with moderate vigour, fruit is large, average weight of 175 g, skin is smooth, ripens 1–2 days before Gala, good storage ability. Good all-purpose, medium-sized apple. To do so, Kiviks Musteri has partnered with researchers from the Swedish Agricultural Institute. Aroma Swedish . White-fleshed and crisp. Produces mint green fruit with blush of pink. Learn about some popular apples below. Harvesting may begin in early October and it is typically fully ripe in early December. More sweet than tart. Occasionally can be found growing wild in backcountry thickets or abandoned land in Shenandoah Valley. Excellent keeper. Medium to large, often irregularly shaped apple. Cox's Orange Pippin x Idared. One of parents believed to be Ben Davis, but very tart unlike parent. White flesh is sharp and pleasant. Excellent keeper. Crisp, mildly sweet white flesh, sometimes pink-streaked. Also called Emmeth Early. Possibly from Lord Grosvenor × Keswick Cod. Small to medium, flat and irregularly shaped apple. Do not attempt to eat out of hand. Once widely grown in the American South, then thought extinct. Tart to sweet, dense and very crunchy with effervescent texture. A versatile English dessert apple raised by. Bears mature fruit from August to October. The blossom is frost hardy resulting in heavy crops and the tree can be grown in all areas of the UK. The Polish rootstocks are often used where cold hardiness is needed. Grenadier cooks down to cream-coloured puree with a superb apple flavour. Cropping can be a bit irregular, if not completely. Very old variety for North America. Eating Gala, Royal Gala agm: New Zealand 1970s A small to medium-sized conic apple. A columnar ornamental tree with delicious fruit. Early harvest. The fruit does not keep as well as some other apple cultivars. Extremely old variety for United States, second only to, An irregularly-shaped and sometimes lopsided apple, usually round to conical and flattened at the base with distinct ribbing. Coppery coloration. Translate texts with the world's best machine translation technology, developed by the creators of Linguee. A good pollinator. However, a great deal of work has been done recently introducing new rootstocks in Poland, the U.S. (Geneva), and other nations. Vigorous grower, some disease resistance. Peasgood's Nonsuch x Ribston Pippin. Noted for having bright pink flesh. Has a bright red blush and may have background patches of greens and yellows. Classic red coloration, nice crunch. Green fruit that ripens yellow. Red Dougherty is a recent mutation discovered in New Zealand from the old Australian Dougherty. Crisp and juicy with a tart flavour. While. Slightly tart flavor. Sweet and tart. An old Northern English variety. A few orchards exist in New Brunswick, Canada, where the trees can also be purchased. Calhoun, Creighton Lee, Jr. "Old Southern Apples", Blacksburg, Virginia 1995, MacDonald and Woodward, (, Learn how and when to remove this template message, https://harvestnursery.com/blog/product/beverly-hills-apple/, "Plant details > Search for AGM plants / RHS Gardening", http://apps.rhs.org.uk/plantselector/plant?plantid=4638, "Unknown Apples Worthy of Attention - The Cloudforest Gardener Wiki", "Hess Bros. launching Wild Twist apples in 2020", PRI disease resistant apple breeding program, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=List_of_apple_cultivars&oldid=995702353, Short description is different from Wikidata, Articles needing additional references from April 2019, All articles needing additional references, Articles with unsourced statements from July 2019, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Widely sold commercially in the UK. Excellent keeper. Flavour is nicely balanced, a honey-like sweetness balanced with a lemon-like citric acidity, rich, notes of pear and vanilla. Great for all purposes… eating, salads, sauce, pies and baking. A pale green apple with a smooth finish and occasional pink blush. Usually regular, with smooth surface. Small flattened golden apple with delicious flavor, Tart yet sweet, preserves well, lop-sided shape, Red and greenish-yellow, round, sweet and tangy, preserves well, For Cider apples - "Cider Apples, The New Pomona", This page was last edited on 22 December 2020, at 12:53. Yellow-green with red highlights. Antique American variety, known since Colonial times. Commercially available in 2020. Golden Delicious × Indo. Valued by North Carolina growers for its fine cooking qualities, crispness and long storage ability. Pro Tip: This is a perfect pie apple. Curried butternut squash and tart apple soup. Asterus . Light green with pink blush. The USDA Pomological Watercolor Collection is an excellent source for classic tree fruit varieties. I’ve found a tart apple like the … Firm, crisp and juicy. We have variety descriptions and visitor comments for the following fruit species. Willie’s have collected 18 of their favorite old English and French apple varieties to make a top shelf cider. Heavy annual bearer. A medium-sized green-yellow elongate bell-shaped apple, sometimes takes on a reddish blush. Crisp flesh and disease resistant tree. A very large yellowish-green apple, deepening to orange-yellow, flushed and striped red with some russet patches. Originally called Winter King because of its extraordinary keeping ability, renamed during World War II for. Crimson over yellow background colour. Excellent keeper. Heavy producing. Early maturing but short season. Formerly grown commercially in England for local markets. A low chill hour cultivar developed by Robert B. Gordon in Whittier, CA from unknown parentage. Makes extraordinary cider, known as the "Champagne of cider apples.". Yellowish apple with reddish blush. A medium to small apple. Disadvantages: World production of Gala is increasing. Amber fruit washed with red. The fruit has a balsamic aroma with a suggestion of vanilla. Crisp white flesh is tart and juicy, and can be somewhat bland if eaten out of hand, however, Idared is an exceptional cooking apple. Crisp. Poor keeper. Has many sports. Yellow-tinted white flesh is aromatic, firm, crisp, tart, and very juicy. These are described under Malus. Tart taste. Crisp, juicy white flesh is mild as a dessert apple, but develops an extraordinary depth and richness when cooked. Advantages: World known variety, accepted as a commodity type apple. Ruby red color. Royal Gala × Braeburn. Did you know? Known as "Crispin" in the UK. Ashton Brown Jersey . Tender flesh is an intense nutty, honeyed flavour with, as the name suggests, tropical undertones and some balancing acidity. Regular cropper. Top 10 varieties. Greenish-yellow skin is striped and splashed with bright red, dull or grayish toward the stem; Pale green-yellow fruit with red flush. Huff . A McIntosh type apple with a long shelf life. The fruit is widely sold commercially in the UK. Keeps very well- resists browning. Somewhat tart, ruby red color like parent Red Delicious. Fresh apples are typically fat free, sodium free, cholesterol free and are a great source of fiber!1. Retains shape. Cider apples may be far too sour or bitter for fresh eating, but are used for making cider. CRJ Fruit Tree Nursery UK grows a huge range of varieties and use only the cleanest stocks available for propagation. Crisp, very sweet and slightly tart. Noted for being an extremely early bearer (Europe by September 1, California late July, Eastern US in August). Greenish-yellow, dotted, often russeted. A favorite ingredient in many traditional British puddings. Known in North America before 1817. German immigrants introduced this variety to California's San Joaquin Valley in the mid-19th century. Ripens first week of October (Trentino). Flesh is crisp, juicy and sweet-tasting. Distinctive nutty flavor excellent for cooking. Swedish breads may be made from wholegrain, fine grain, or anything in between, and there are white, brown, and really dark (like in Finland) varieties which are all common. Dessert and culinary cherry varieties. The yellowish flesh is sweet, crisp, tender and juicy. Usually a light yellow-green. Very good cooker. An excellent keeping apple, Idared remains hardy and durable in proper storage for as long as 8 months. Crunchy. Extraordinary complex flavour, similar to Blenheim Orange, but not related. Arrow . Chance seedling. A combination of, Extremely old variety, may date from as early as. Originated in Japan. Fruit size can be small. Difficult to grow for inexperienced planters. Crisp, yellow flesh. Prized for its clear juice in. Crisp, juicy, sweet white flesh. Rich, aromatic flavour. Flesh. According to the University of Illinois, there are about 7,500 apple varieties in the world. Translator. High vitamin C. Great for pies, desserts, juices and cider. Large, hardy and heavy cropping tree. The fruit is medium to large, oblate to oblique in shape. Some people insist on certain ones depending on their tastes. Nice juice qualities. Originated as a chance seedling, a cross between. Ripens in late July. This keeping ability made it ideal for long journeys, as such, it was brought to Australia where it is still widely grown. White flesh is crisp, sweet and juicy, with hints of cherry and almond. A medium-sized eating apple with a unique lemon aroma. Large, roundish-oblate apple with pale greenish-yellow skin strewn with large russet dots, occasionally covered with a delicate pinkish-orange blush. Red flush over greenish yellow skin. Heirloom variety still available at farmstands in Northeast and portions of Virginia. Storage: 3 1/2 months in air. Golden Delicious × Topaz. Flavor can be variable but at its best is very well balanced. Unusually tall and oblong with a tart flavour. Wyken Pippin × Cox's Orange Pippin. [1]. A dessert apple. Well suited to Northern European climate. Flavour is sprightly, more sharp than sweet when first picked, but improves dramatically in storage, becoming sweeter and richer, while maintaining its crisp texture. Look up words and phrases in comprehensive, reliable bilingual dictionaries and search through billions of online translations. This is a "found" cross between Fuji and Braeburn, from a garden where some rotten Fuji apples had been thrown. A medium-sized deep red apple. Good base for applesauce. Mix tart and sweet for a flavorful pie. Noted for having unusually high vitamin C content. A common, round fruit produced by the tree Malus domestica, cultivated in temperate climates. Annual cropping. 'Rambo'. Usually a big apple. Firm texture, but not very good juice producer. From sweet Royal Gala × firm, tart Braeburn. Good aftertaste. Resistant to scab. Medium to large in size, mostly red coloration with yellow patches. Best known colonial apple in North America. Now sold worldwide in more than 40 countries, our candy is still made with the same simple, delicious ingredients and is always made with REAL sugar … The origins of the Rambo apple cultivar are unknown. Skin color red over gold. Believed to be older than first mention in Pasquale's, A very old Russian variety, often planted at, Cox's Orange Pippin × Geheimrat Dr. Oldenburg. Fresh Sausage: made from meats that are neither cured nor smoked.They must be cooked before serving. First tree a chance seedling grown in Roxbury, Massachusetts, now a neighborhood of. Foliage also has a blue hue. Delicate, wine like flavor of a McIntosh-like apple but more crisp. Reddish blush flecked with some green. Makes a lot of juice. Very popular Civil-War-era Southern apple. A very old southern apple thought to have originated in North Carolina or Georgia but its true origin is uncertain. Scab and canker resistant. Red and yellow, with yellow spots. Has some russeting. Grown by, Suitable for northerly, cold, wet climates: rich, nutty flavor, Geheimrat Dr. Oldenburg × Cox's Orange Pippin. Swedish Apple Pie. Conical shape, pinkish red colour. Also known as "Woodpecker". Greenish-yellow, dull skin, flushed orange with carmine stripes, russet dots and patches. Crisp, sharply sweet and well-flavoured. It all varies by the person. (Other apples that you can mix into pies but are best not used as the only apple in a pie…Empire, Gala, Gingergold, McIntosh, Pink Lady.). Crisp, fine-grained flesh is rich, sugary and very sweet. Caldwell County, NC about 1860 and stripes light buttery-yellow, firm but,... 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