Great multi-purpose apple. Good apple picking dates would be: late September to mid-October.
Originated in Minnesota in 1961. Very crisp and juicy. Picking dates: mid-September to early October.
Originated in New Jersey from a cross between July Red and an unnamed apple selection. Ripens in mid-August
From a cross of McIntosh and Delicious. Mildly tart-sweet. Excellent for snacks and cooking. Ripens in October.
From New Zealand from a cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd’s Orange Red. Ripens in mid-September.
From a cross of Jonathan and Golden Delicious in 1943. Great for eating fresh. Ripens in mid-October.
Bred from Schoharie Spy and Empire in New York. Great for eating and in pies. Ripens in mid-October.
Actually found as a chance seedling in Virginia. Great for eating fresh. Ripens in late August.
Slightly tart and a very aromatic apple. Picking dates: mid-September to mid-October.
Highly regarded in the northeast for flavor. Excellent for snacks. Picking dates: early to late October.
Originated in NY around 1800 of unknown parentage. Tart flavor and great fresh or in pies. Ripens in late October.
Originated as a chance seedling in Michigan. Tart flavor, good for eating fresh. Ripens in late August.
Originated in Europe and possibly Sweden. Great for eating fresh and in pies. Ripens in August.
Originated in Massachusetts around 1750 and was once a leading variety in New England. Ripens in mid-October.
Originated in Oxford County, Maine around 1790. Balanced flavor and firm flesh. Ripens in late October.
Originated in the United States around 200 years ago. A wonderful a mild flavor and coarse texture.
Originated in 1934 from a cross between McIntosh and Golden Delicious, at the University of Maine. Ripens mid-October.
Dates back to the 1850’s. Named for the shape of its fruit. Very aromatic and ripens in September.
Duchess of Oldenburg
Originally from Russia, now grown in Maine for its winter hardiness. Tart flavor, great in pies. Ripens in late August.
Grown in Europe since the 1600’s. Parentage is unknown. Tart flavor. Great in pies. Ripens in early September.
Originating in France hundreds of years ago. Was once popular during the holidays in the Northeast. Delicate flavor.
Originated in Japan from a cross between Golden Delicious and Indo. Flavorful, thus popular for eating fresh.
Thought to originate in New Hampshire in the 1850’s. Sweet flavor. Good for eating and in cider. Ripens in October.
From British Columbia as a cross between McIntosh and Delicious. Good for eating fresh. Ripens in mid-October.
Old variety with unknown origin. Believed to be one of the parents of McIntosh. Ripens in early October.
Originated in Indiana around 1870. Mild flavor, great for eating fresh. Ripens in late September.
Originated near the Wolf River in Wisconsin in the 1800’s. Good for eating fresh and in pies. Ripens in September.