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  • Wagener Scionwood

    A medium to large apple that has unique shaping being five sided that is pale red skined with some yellow stripes. The tender flesh is crisp and juicy. This apple is similar to Northern Spy. Great cider and sauce apple.

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  • Washington Strawberry Scionwood

    Medium to large or very large striped red fruit. Firm, yellow flesh is juicy and sprightly subacid. Vigorous tree is hardy, healthy, moderately long lived and an early bearer.

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  • Wealthy Scionwood

    Very hardy tree that is also low chill. Flesh whitish sometimes stained with red, tender, very juicy, flavor sweet subacid. Skin red, sometimes striped red.

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  • Wedge Scionwood

    Skin is solid red or can be striped. The flesh is firm, crisp, and juicy and has a slightly tart flavor. A very hardy and productive tree. Apples are good keepers.

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  • Whitney Crab Scionwood

    Round to conic crab apple; often larger than a golf ball. Light greenish yellow with red blush or stripes. Sweet, juicy, yellowish flesh.

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  • Williams Scionwood

    Beautiful bright red fruit. Red tinged firm flesh is moderately crisp and juicy yet mildly subacid. Good dessert apple.

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  • Williams Pride Scionwood

    Fruit is medium in size slightly conic in shape with a rich aromatic flavor. Apples are 70-80% red with excellent eating quality. It has inbred resistance to apple scab and cedar apple rust. Good resistance to fireblight and powdery mildew. Stores...

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  • Winesap Scionwood

    A medium sized, dark red apple. The yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, and sweet. The wine-like flavor comes from the contrast of its sugar content and high tartness. Good keeper and high producer.

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  • Winter Banana Scionwood

    Fruit large, clear pale yellow, waxy finish, one side usually blushed with a delicate pink. A gorgeous apple. Flesh moderately firm, a little coarse, tender, mild, subacid, characteristically aromatic. Good quality. Better eating than cooking (too mild).

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  • Wolf River Scionwood

    Enormous fruits, often 1 lb. or more, famous for one pie from one fruit. Pale yellow skin almost covered with pale dull red. Soft, tender, creamy white flesh. Mostly used for baking and pies, but in the right climate on sandy soil it becomes a good...

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