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Ida Red
Origin: Idaho 1942 (Jonathan x Wagener) Ripens: Oct/Nov Zone: 3 - 6
Nearly solid red apple with white, crisp, fine-grained, aromatic flesh. Blooms early, but ripens late. Excellent keeper, improves in storage.
Ingram
Origin: Missouri - 1850 Ripens: October Zone: 4 - 7
A yellow apple with some blushing. Very heavy bearer and keeps well.
Ingrid Marie
Origin: Denmark 1910 Ripens: Sept Zone: 3 - 6
Believed to be a seedling of Cox Orange Pippin. Skin a dark red flush, some stripes, against a yellow background, sometimes russeted. Medium to large size fruit with juicy flesh and a rich, lightly aromatic flavor.
Irish Peach
Origin: England in 1820 Ripens: Aug Zone: 3 - 6
It is a fine quality dessert apple with a very attractive color and appearance. Its rich flavor is best appreciated if eaten straight from the tree. It does not keep well and will turn soft and dry if not eaten soon. The apple is medium sized with conspicuous broad ribs which can create a rather angular appearance. Skin is pale yellow covered with brownish-orange mottling with broad stripes of milky crimson. The creamy white flesh is soft, very aromatic and fairly juicy.
Iron Bridge
Origin: Suring, WI - Mid 1980's Ripens: September Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Cider, Eating, Pies, Salads, Sauce
A medium to large apple of above average flavor. Similar to but better than McIntosh. Crisp, sweet, and slightly tart flesh.
Islar Rose
Origin: Unknown Ripens: September Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Eating, Pies, Sauce
Small to medium fruit. Round, cherry red skin. Excellent flavor and good keeper.