Aunt Rachel

1
According to Masters (2005), this variety performs well in the Piedmont of South Carolina. Originated as local apple in Chatham County, North Carolina. Fruit begins ripening early in the season and continues for two to three weeks. One of the best early season apples, Aunt Rachel is a medium to large, red-striped apple covered with prominent light dots. Very attractive with very fine flavor. Ripens July – early August.

Aunt Rachel Fruit
Aunt Rachel Bloom
Print Friendly
  1. Jim Gano
    Jim Gano08-20-2018

    FWIW the Aunt Rachael apples on my tree from you look just like the pictures below and nothing like the picture on your site. Neat apple
    http://www.centuryfarmorchards.com/descripts/ar.html

Leave a Reply