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Apples

Pick up a 1/2 bushel or purchase apples by the pound inside our sales barn during the apple season, September through December.

Eat an apple a day for your good health -- be sure to keep them cool so they'll stay fresh longer.

There's an apple for everything -- for salads, applesauce, pies, breads, baked apples, and dessert apples for snacks.

Put an apple in every kid's and hubby's lunch box or backpack.

Pik-Yor-Self(Pick-Your-Self) APPLE SEASON IS IN SEPTEMBER AND LAST FOR APPROXIMATLY FOUR WEEKS.
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APPLE VARIETIES: We sell the following varieties of apples inside our sales barn and we can also ship to customers nationwide. Please give us a call to place your order.

Apple Variety

Description

Availability

Gravenstein

Heirloom variety, moderately tart, tender, juicy. Great for applesauce, eating, or cooking. When cooked, it loses shape but retains its flavor. Shelf life is about 1 to 2 months.

August

Macintosh

Very old variety. Red and green. Tart, tender, juicy. Great for eating or cooking. When cooked, loses shape but retains its flavor. Shelf life 1 to 2 months.

August

Honey Crisp

Cross between a Macoun and Honeygold. Large, crisp, juicy eating apple.

September

Pinova

Bright pinkish/red blush over yellow. Firm, medium size. Good for eating and cooking. Has a good balance of sugar/acid..

September

Royal Gala

Early harvest dessert apple. Orange and yellow with red blush. Sweet, sort of crisp. Great for snacks, salads, lunchboxes. NOT a cooking apple.

September

Winter Banana

Heirloom variety, hard, tangy, dry. Yellowish with a red blush. Makes a good "cannable" applesauce: One of the best apple to use for making baked apples.

September

Golden Delicious

Sunny yellow, sweet, juicy. Great for pies, eating, drying, applesauce, and apple butter. Keeps well for 3+ months.

September

Red Delicious

Striped to solid red. Crisp, sweet and great for eating and lunchboxes. NOT a cooking apple. Keeps well for 3 months.

September

Newton Pippin

Heirloom variety. Green with a distinct mottled collar. Tart, crisp, juicy. Great for pies, sauce, juicing and eating. When cooked, retains its flavor and shape. Shelf life in a cool spot is 5+ months.

September

Winesap

Deep purple-red. Semi-tart, juicy, firm with wine-like flavor. Great for eating and cooking. Keeps well for months.

October

Braeburn

Yellow with red highlights. Hard, crisp, sweet yet tart. Great for eating and in salads. Originated in New Zealand.

October

Mutsu

Originated in Japan, crossed between a Golden Delicious and Indo apple. Very crisp and versatile. Great dessert and cooking apple. Light green to yellowish when matured.

October

Fuji

Also originated in Japan, greenish yellow with a red blush. Crisp, juicy, sweet. Great for eating and in salads. When cooked, loses flavor. Keeps well for months.

October
(Early Fuji, available August)

Prime Gold

Yellow with a red blush. Juicy, sweet, and tangy. It is a cross between a Pippin and a Golden Delicious. Keeps well for 3 months.

October

Black Twig

Firm, tart apple, good cooker. Small to medium size. Deep red striped.

November

Granny Smith

Shiny green, crisp apple. Good for baking and sauce. Will keep all winter if stored properly.

November

Note: Please call during the available month to see if the variety came in.
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