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Apple Varieties
Bellflower Gravenstein Pink Lady
Black Twig Hower Pink Pearl
Braeburn Jona-gold Red Delicious
Cameo Jonathan Red Gala
Fuji Langford Summer-field
Empire McIntosh Sundowner
Gala Mutsu Winter Gravenstein
Golden Delicious My Jewel Winterbanana
Granny Smith Newton Pippin  

 

Apple_Variety
Harvest Time
Apple Color
Flavor
Cooking
Eating
Drying
Comment
Sweet
Tart
Bellflower Sept Yellow
x
x
 x
 
  Old fashion apple traced back to 1700s
Black Twig Oct Red
 
 
   
Braeburn Oct Striped Red
x
 
 x
   
Cameo Sept Striped Red
 
 
   
Fuji Sept Red
x
 x
  Don't Add too much sugar when cooking. A cross between RallsJanet and Red Delicious
Empire Oct Red
x
x
 x
 
Cross between Red Delicious and McIntosh
Gala Aug Yellow/Red
x
 
 x
 x
Cross between Kidd's Orange Red and Golden Delicious 
Golden Delicious Sept Yellow
x
 x
 x
 
Granny Smith Oct Green
x
 x
 x
 
Gravenstein July Green/Red/Yellow
x
x
 x
  Best flavor for cooking alone
Hower Oct Yellow/Red
 
 
   
Jona-gold Aug Green/Yellow/Red
x
x
 x
  Cross between Golden Delicious and Jonathan
Jonathan Sept Yellow/Red
 x
x
 
   Old-fashion apple
Langford Oct Yellow/Red
 
 
 
   
McIntosh Aug Red
 
x
 x
 x
  Best selling apple in the northeastern United States and Canada. Cross between Fameuse and Detroit Red. Introduced in 1870
Mutsu Aug Greenish Yellow
x
 x
 x
  Cross between Golden Delicious and Newton Pippin
My Jewel Oct Yellow
x
 x
 x
   Originated in Watsonville, Cross between Winter Banana and Golden Delicious
Newton Pippin Oct Green
 
x
 x
 x
  Oldest commercially grown native. Variety - was the apple of George Washington eye
Pink Lady Oct Pinkish Red
 
x
 
 x
   
Pink Pearl Aug Yellow
 
x
 x
 x
  Red Flesh apple, green skin
Red Delicious Aug Red
 x
 
 x
   
Red Gala Aug Red
 x
 x
   
Royal Gala Sept Yellow/Red
 x
 x
 x
   
Summer-Field Sept Red

x

x
 
 x
 
 
Sundowner Oct Red
 
x
 
 x
 
 
Winter Graveinstein Oct Green
 x
x
 x
 x
 x
 
Winterbanana Sept Yellow/ little red
 
x
 
 x
 
 Hint of banana scent

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