Late Season Apples

  • Disharoon


    An old Southern apple originating in Habersham Co., Georgia around 1855. Once believed to be extinct, but recently re-discovered. A medium to large apple with light green skin covered with gray dots. Yellowish-white flesh is tender and juicy with a very pleasant flavor. Considered to …

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  • Deaderick


    Also known as: Ozark Pippin, Ben Ford More commonly known as Ozark Pippin, Deaderick originated in 1850 on the farm of Benjamin Ford of Washington County, Tennessee. In 1896, it was first described under the name Deaderick to avoid confusion with an apple already named …

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  • Dabinett


    An old English cider apple which arose in Martock, Somerset, England. It is a small, greenish-yellow apple flushed with red and believed to be a seedling of Chisel Jersey. It produces a bittersweet, astringent juice which makes a soft, full-bodied vintage cider. A very aromatic …

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  • Cullasaga


    Also known as: Winter Horse, Callasaga, Cullasaja In 1830, Nancy Bryson of Macon County, North Carolina, planted seeds of Horse apple at her parent’s home located near the Cullasaga River and Gorge. The apples produced from this seedling tree received recognition as a high quality …

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  • Criterion


    Discovered as a chance seedling in the late 60’s near Parker, Washington, Criterion is a wonderful all-purpose apple whose parentage includes Red Delicious, Yellow Delicious, and Winter Banana. It is a large, blocky fruit having a mild, sweet taste with just a touch of tartness. …

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  • Crimson King

    Crimson King

    Also known as: John Toucher’s, Bewley Down Pippin Crimson King is a fine English cider apple which also serves as an excellent culinary variety. It originated with John Toucher of Bewley Down, Somerset, England, who first propagated the variety in the late 19th century. It …

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  • Cox’s Orange Pippin

    One of the truly great fresh eating dessert apples. It originated in 1825 in England from seeds of Ribston Pippin. Superlatives abound when describing the flavor – spicy, honeyed, nutty, pear-like. A rich, full flavored apple with a pleasing aroma. Fruit is medium sized with …

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  • Cortland

    Cortland is a cross of Ben Davis and McIntosh which originated at the New York State Agricultural Experimental Station in 1898. A medium-sized apple with smooth yellowish skin mostly covered with dark red and crimson. The fine-grained tender white flesh is very juicy and does …

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  • Cornish Gilliflower

    Cornish Gilliflower

    Also known as: Julyflower, Cornish Julyflower A absolutely wonderful dessert apple discovered in a cottage garden in Cornwall, England, sometime in the 18th century and introduced in 1813. Not an especially attractive apple with dull green skin with reddish brown coloration and thin russet covering. …

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  • Claygate Pearmain

    Claygate Pearmain

    A very high quality English dessert apple, found growing in a hedge by John Braddick of Claygate, in the county of Surrey in England. Fruit has a rich, nutty flavor with a good balance of sugars and acids. Skin is dull green, partially covered with …

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