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  • Lady Api Scionwood

    Fruit small to very small, borne often in clusters, not quick to bear, but reliable. Susceptible to apple scab where springs are wet. Flesh white, firm, fine-grained; flavor aromatic, mild subacid becoming nearly sweet. Traditionally was used in...

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  • Late Strawberry Scionwood

    It is a most attractive apple and considered one of the best dessert apples available. It is very well suited for the home orchard as it tends to ripen over a period of several weeks. It is a vigorous, healthy, and long-lived tree producing moderate to...

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  • Leitzke Seedling Scionwood

    A large, elongated, red skinned apple. Flesh is crisp, crunchy with a tart, sweet flavor. Rates very high in taste tests. Good growth habit and bears early and often.

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  • Liberty Scionwood

    Resistant to apple scab and mildew. A handsome red apple, usually school box size, of the McIntosh type with a wonderful sweet/tart balance. Crisper, keeps better and more heat tolerant than other McIntosh hybrids. Very productive.

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  • Lindsay Russet Scionwood

    A small apple that will become larger if properly thinned. Excellent and unique flavor for cider, sauce and eating. A vigorous, heavily productive tree. Is an early and regular bearer.

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  • Lobo Scionwood

    Good quality apple that is large and red. Lobo is a seedling of McIntosh and is very hardy.

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  • Lubsk Queen Scionwood

    White like skin with red and pink blushes. Flesh is firm, juicy and tart. Good desert apple for pie and sause. Good keeper

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