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  • Apricot Scionwood

    Golden skin with russet freckles. Crisp, juicy flavor with intense, sweet, sharp pineapple flavor late in the season. Good for eating fresh, cooking and juice.

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  • Arkansas Black Scionwood

    Very large, attractive, red or striped fruit. Excellent for sauce, cooking to a juicy lemony puree. Eaten fresh, quite sweet, slightly scented. Good for home orchards, as it ripens continuously over a period of about four weeks. Tree is hardy, vigorous,...

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  • Atlas Scionwood

    Red apple that is good for cooking and eating. Keeps well. Tree a strong grower and productive.

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  • Benoni Scionwood

    An early season variety originating in Dedham, Massachusetts around 1832. A high-quality dessert apple with smooth yellowish-orange skin mostly covered with bright red and deep carmine striping. The yellow flesh is fine-grained, crisp and juicy.

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  • Billy Bound Scionwood

    A sweet, pleasant, lightly russeted apple of medium size to small. The fruit is blocky shape, uniform and scab free. The tree is large and spreading with a biennial bearing habit.

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  • Blue Pearmain Scionwood

    An old apple of uncertain origin, but probably American. It was noted by the Royal Horticultural Society of London in 1893 and widely grown in New York and New England in the 19th century. A large, slightly conical fruit with red and purplish-red...

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  • Bonnie Best Scionwood

    An excellent apple for pies, canning, and fresh use. Fruits are large with attractive pale red striping. Flesh is creamy color, crunchy, tender, juicy and slightly tart. Keeps well in storage.

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  • CandyCrisp Scionwood

    Golden, yellow skinned apple with a pink blush. Flesh is juicy and sweet with a pear-like flavor. Great keeper.

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  • Cinnamon Spice Scionwood

    Named for its cinnamon flavor, like an apple pie in a fresh apple. Medium size, wine red with some yellow back- ground color. Tree of medium vigor, with upright shoots.

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  • Connell Red Scionwood

    It is red sport of Fireside which itself is a cross of McIntosh and Longfield. It is a large round apple with a solid red color and a sweet perfumed fragrance reminiscent of its parent McIntosh. An excellent fresh eating and cooking apple and a superb...

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  • Cortland Scionwood

    A McIntosh type with sweet vinous flavor, but not all of Macs aromatics. Very white crisp flesh; one of the best salad apples because it does not brown quickly. Hangs on the tree better than McIntosh, and more crisp in hot weather.

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  • Court Pendu Plat Scionwood

    The name is derived from Corps Pendu, referring to the shortness of the stem. Skin is greenish-yellow becoming flushed with orange-red with short broken stripes. A good cropper with rich, aromatic fruit with a good balance of sugar and acid. Suitable for...

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  • Cox Orange Pippin Scionwood

    Fruit medium, red and yellow, usually striped. Flesh yellow, firm, crisp, very juicy, aromatic. Highly esteemed in England as a dessert apple; produces an excellent apple in cooler summer climates. One of the best apples for espalier.

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