A superior selection of commercial and home use varieties for markets, fresh eating, cooking and extended storage. Plant two different varieties of apples for pollination.
Late October. Striped red with pinkish background. Sweet, crisp flesh. Superior storing qualities. A highly colored late, traditional strain. Needs long growing season. Zones 5-8.
Early October. Large conical fruit. Sweet, fine flavored. Popular pie, sauce, and eating apple that keeps well in winter storage. Good pollenizer. Thin fruit and prune heavily for consistent size and yields. Zones 5-8
Early October. Medium-sized bright yellow fruit. Rich, aromatic, spicy flavor. Juicy crisp apple, bearing young and annually. Good pollenizer. Good for many uses. Zone 4-8
Mid September. Red over yellow fruit is delightfully crisp. Excellent for fresh eating. Stores well but loses some flavor in storage. Zones 3-7
Mid September. Dark red apple. Crisp white flesh has a spicy flavor. Cooking and fresh eating apple. Hardy tree bears young and abundantly. Zones 4-8
Early October. The large yellow fruit has a series of red streaks, at times almost scarlet blush. The flesh is very crisp, firm and sweet. Excellent for fresh eating. Keeps well. The tree produces heavily, but needs a good pollenizer, such as McIntosh. Zones 4-8
November. Best keeper! A deep yellow apple with sweet, firm, crisp flesh. Slices stay intact when baking! Stores extremely well. Requires a long growing season. Fruit should be thinned to achieve best size and flavor. Zones 5-8.
Late October. Deep red fruit, firm, crisp flesh. Sweet pleasant flavor. Tolerant to hot, humid areas. Stores well. Thin fruit for size and production. Zones 4-8