Also known as: Cider, Cider Apple, Poplar Bluff, Choice Kentuck, Fowler, Fuller, Jackson Winesap, Pennsylvania Cider, Smith’s
An excellent cider apple that is also very good for eating out-of-hand. Believed to have originated in Bucks County, Pennsylvania in the 1800’s. Fruit is medium to large with smooth, tough yellow skin mostly covered with pale red. The yellowish-tinged flesh is tender, breaking, and very juicy. Ripens late in the season and does not keep well.
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