Also known as: Orange Sweet, Ray Apple, Northern Sweet, Meacham Sweet, Rag Apple, Northern Sweet
Munson’s Sweet is a prolific apple originating in Massachusetts before 1849 and was once widely available through several Southern nurseries, but is considered a rare variety today. It is an attractive, medium-sized apple having a smooth, but thick, tough golden-yellow skin with an occasional red blush. The yellow-tinged flesh is moderately fine-grained, tender, juicy and very sweet. Ripens late September to November.