Apples Guide

apple macoun apple cameo  apple empire
Brock: Fruit is large and pinkish red over cream in color. Flavor is mildly sweet but sistinctive. Cameo: A modern sweet variety, reminiscent of Red Delicious Empire: One of the best McIntosh-style apples, with a good sweet vinous flavor, and easy to grow.
 apple fuji   apple golden delicious   apple honey crisp
Fuji: Developed in Japan, but an all- American cross of Red Delicious and Ralls Janet. A very attractive modern apple, crisp, sweet-flavored, and keeps well. Golden Delicious: Undoubtedly one of the most important apple varieties of the 20th century, both as a commercial variety in its own right, and as breeding stock for many other varieties. Very good flavor when home-grown. Honey Crisp: Sometimes marketed as Honey Crisp, this is a crisp, and predominantly sweet, modern variety from the USA. It was developed by the University of Minnesota specifically for growers in cold climates, and is one of the most cold-hardy of apple varieties.
  apple Jona Gold  apple macoun  apple melrouge
Jonagold: A very popular commercial variety, with a good flavor. Inherits many of the good qualities of its parents Jonathan and Golden Delicious. Macoun: Another McIntosh style apple variety from the famous Geneva Research Station, and considered one of the better ones. Melrouge: Redder sport of Melrose with more intense flavor. An excellent flavored dessert apple. Size is large and roundish flat. Very good for cooking. Stores well.
  apple mutsu  apple spartan  apple staymen winesap
Mutsu: A versatile dual-purpose apple, sharp but still pleasant to eat fresh. Also known as Crispin. Spartan: Attractive, crunchy, sweet, easy to grow, and with the characteristic delicate wine-like “vinous” flavor of the McIntosh family of apples. Staymen Winesap: An old American dual- purpose apple variety, popular in Virginia. Descended from Winesap, and in most respects an even better apple.