King Luscious

King Luscious

Ripens: October Found as a chance seedling in Hendersonville, NC in 1935. Presumed to be a cross between Stayman and Wolf River Large, pale red with pale yellow undertones and darker red stripes, yellowish white flesh Crisp with a tart-sweet flavor Great for eating,...
Crimson Crisp

Crimson Crisp

Ripens: Late September – October Developed at the Rutgers Fruit Research Center in New Jersey in 1971. Honeycrisp x Gold Rush Deep red, firm and crisp with yellow flesh Mostly sweet flavor, slight tartness Great eaten fresh, for juice or cider, stores...
McIntosh

McIntosh

Ripens: Mid October Discovered as a chance seedling by John McIntosh in 1811 Deep red skin with a green blush with white flesh Tangy, tart flavor Best for cooking into applesauce or in a pie
Pink Lady

Pink Lady

Ripens: Late October – November Developed by researcher John Cripps in Western Australia in the late 1990s Blush pink skin over yellow undertones, crisp and firm Sweet-tangy flavor All-purpose apple for eating, salads, baking, and cooking Stores...
Gold Rush

Gold Rush

Ripens: Mid October Developed at Indiana, Illinois and New Jersey Agricultural research stations in the 1990s Golden color speckled with lenticels (spots), crisp and firm Mildly sweet with a rush of spicy flavor Great eaten fresh, cooking , juice and cider, stores...