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  • Erwin Baur Scionwood

    A good sized seedling of Oldenburg. A late variety, lightly striped red over yellow. It has especially hard and crisp flesh with the high flavor of Cox Orange.

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  • Eve's Delight Scionwood

    A very large red apple with a similar shape to a Red Delicious. Trees have very strong branches and up-right growth.

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  • Ginger Gold Scionwood

    Can be picked green but will turn an attractive yellow with a blush if allowed to hang on the tree. Uiform fruit size. Keeps up to 6 months in storage. Ripens six weeks before Gibson Golden. Vigorous tree habit but no limb spreading is necessary.

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  • Gloria Mundi Scionwood

    A huge apple, probably the largest apple ever grown in the United States. Some apples commonly reach a pound or a pound-and-a-half. Although it is not considered a good fresh-eating apple, it is a fine cooking variety. The fruit is large to very large...

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  • Gold Ball Scionwood

    Large, round, yellow fruit with some russeting. Fair keeper, strong grower, and annual bearer.

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  • Golden Noble Scionwood

    Very handsome pure yellow fruit with creamy white flesh and excellent texture. One of the best cooking apples with high acid and an extremely good fruity flavor. Trees are upright, spreading and moderately vigorous. A special garden tree because of the...

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  • Golden Nugget Scionwood

    Cross between Cox Orange Pippin and Golden Russet. Small to medium, conical, long stemmed apple with yellow streaked apple with orange blush and some russeting. Very sweet, juicy and crisp flesh. Disease resistant. Does not keep long.

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  • Golden Pearmain Scionwood

    Golden Pearmain is believed to be one of the original apples grown in Thomas Jefferson's orchards in Monticello. The medium-sized, somewhat conical fruit has an attractive golden-orange skin, marbled and striped with red and bronze. The fine-grained,...

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  • Golden Pippin Scionwood

    Medium sized apple with mostly yellow skin. Flesh is yellow, tender and very juicy. Excellent desert and cooking apple.

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  • Golden Russet Scionwood

    An old American cider apple, also good for eating and drying, and attractive for a russet. Tree medium to large, fruit medium to above. The sugary, dense flesh of this apple is the essence of the European reinettes.

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  • Goodland Scionwood

    Flesh crisp, juicy and tender, makes delicious aromatic sauce and is also an excellent eating apple. Productive, annual bearer.

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  • Greensleeves Scionwood

    It is a mid season Golden Delicious type. Color is pale garnished with yellow, sometimes faint pink-orange flesh. Size is medium, shape oblong or round-conic. It is hardy and a partial tip bearer. Cropping is very heavy and the trees bear fruit very...

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  • Harcourt Scionwood

    A fair quality apple. It has not been hardy in northern Saskatchewan and should only be planted in well-protected areas. Good resistance to fireblight

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  • Hawley Scionwood

    Large round apple with some ribbing. Skin is waxy gold and green with some russetting. The flesh is yellow, rich, and juicy with a mild flavor.

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  • Hibernal Scionwood

    A huge, somewhat astringent apple, said to be good dried. The tree is useful for top-working as it imparts some hardiness to tender varieties.

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  • Honeycrisp Scionwood

    Skin is mottled red over yellow. The flesh is very crisp and is excellent for eating. Good keeper - up to 5 months. Topped with McIntosh and Delicious for fresh eating in taste tests.

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  • Idared Scionwood

    Nearly solid red apple with white, crisp, fine-grained, aromatic flesh. Blooms early, but ripens late. Excellent keeper, improves in storage.

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