Long Keeping (Storage) Apples

  • Jonathan

    Jonathan

    Also known as: King Philip, Philip Rick, Ulster Seedling Jonathan is one of this country’s most important commercial apples grown extensively in the northern regions on the nation, particularly Michigan, Ohio, Washington, and Pennsylvania. The apple originated as a seedling of the famous Esopus Spitzenburg …

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  • Ingram

    Ingram

    Also known as: Ingraham, Ingram’s Seedling Ingram is a seedling of Ralls Janet which originated on the farm of Martin Ingram in Springfield, Missouri in the 1850’s. A very dependable bearer which rarely fails to produce abundant crops every year. Medium to large in size …

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  • Husk Sweet

    Husk Sweet

    A beautiful dark red apple discovered in Ashe Co. as a wild seedling. Husk Sweet has a honey-rich sweetness that can be surprising when first tasted. There is no hint of tartness or “bite” to the apple when eaten, but instead a rich, smooth sweet …

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  • Husk Spice

    Husk Spice

    A wonderful fresh-eating apple which also makes outstanding pie. Discovered as a wild seedling on our property here in Ashe Co. in the mid 80’s. Fruit is mostly yellow with a reddish blush on the sun-exposed side. Flavor is spicy and appealing with a nice …

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  • Huntsman

    Huntsman

    Also known as: Huntsman Favorite Originated about 1850 on the farm of John Huntsman of Fayette, Missouri, and was widely grown in Kansas and Missouri. Although prized for its fresh eating qualities and the vigor and productiveness of the tree, it was never widely sold …

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  • Hudson’s Golden Gem

    A world-class dessert apple discovered as a wild seedling growing along a fence row at the Hudson Nursery in Tangent, Oregon, in 1931. A large apple, very conical in shape, with a dull yellow russet skin. This russet skin contributes to its disease resistance, especially …

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  • Hubbardston's Nonesuch

    Hubbardston’s Nonesuch

    Also known as: John May, Red Winter Nonsuch, American Blush, Old Town Pippin, Nonsuch, Van Fleet, Hubbardston’s Nonsuch, Farmer’s Profit Hubbardston’s Nonesuch originated in Hubbardston, Massachusetts in the early 1800’s. Although it is considered to be a fine flavored apple, it never achieved much recognition …

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  • Hoover

    Hoover

    Also known as: Black Coal, Black Hoover, Thunderbolt, Wattauga, Baltimore Red, Thunderbolt Hoover is a large, beautiful dark-red apple believed to have originated in Edisto, SC in the early to mid 1800’s. A dependable variety which leafs out very late in the Spring, thus avoiding …

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  • Harrison

    Also known as: Newark, Orange Cider Apple Harrison is a classic American cider apple first described in 1817 in Coxe’s, “A View of the Cultivation of Fruit Trees in America”. Lost for generations, noted apple historian Tom Burford discovered a 75 year-old tree in New …

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  • Grimes Golden

    Grimes Golden

    Also known as: Grimes Golden Pippin, Bellflower Considered one of the finest American apples ever, Grimes Golden originated in 1790 in Brooks Co., West Virginia where today a granite monument still stands in recognition of this outstanding apple. Grimes Golden is one of the parents …

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