Early yellow apple
Small to medium fruit. Thin green-yellow skin is nearly flushed red with stripes. Juicy, yellow flesh almost melts with tenderness. Great flavor.
Large, red apple with tender flesh. Not a good keeper
Yellow appple with some red blush. Tender, sweet apple that is good for cider.
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...
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.
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,...
Medium sized apple with mostly yellow skin. Flesh is yellow, tender and very juicy. Excellent desert and cooking apple.
Sweet tasting, beautiful apple, widely grown around London in the 1850s and reputed to be at its perfection in Hertfordshire.It likes light, warm soil. An old deservedly esteemed table apple.
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.
Looks similar to a Golden Delicious. Flesh is white, firm and juicy with a great flavor. Ripens 10-12 days before Golden Delicious
An extraordinarily sweet apple, so sweet that the "first bite can be a shock." It has no acid to balance the sweetness, so eating Golden Sweet can be like eating a tablespoon of honey. Fruit is medium to large with thin, smooth waxy yellow skin. The...
A medium size green-yellow apple with a tart flavor. Very good keeper and disease resistance.
A round, medium sized apple, pale green overlaid with deep purplish-red, and faint yellow streaks. White flesh is crisp, juicy and moderately subacid. Tree crops heavily with well spurred spreading growth habit.
A sharp cider apple high in sugar and acids and low in tannin. Green-yellow apple that is flushed with red. Sets heavy crops. It's often mixed with Harrison to make excellent cider. Is very good for fresh eating and desserts.
A large, green, pink blushed, russetted apple. Flesh is crisp, white, and juicy while being mildly tart with a pearlike taste. A good keeper.
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...
Albert Etter apple. Juicy pink flesh and translucent red skin ripen late. Sharp flavor that mellows with storage. Flowers are a very showy deep pink.
More complex flavor than its offspring Golden Delicious. Spicy, tangy, sweet with light yellow flesh. Best grown in warmer climates. Direct marketers seek out this fruit. Excellent pollinizer.
A chance seedling found along the banks of the Guyandotte River. A small to medium size, elongated apple with red skin. The flesh is yellow and firm with a sweet tangy flavor.