APPLE VARIETIES: If you want a specific apple on this list please call and we will let you know if the apple is ready to be picked, sold out or no crop.
NEW YORK 75414-1: from the McIntosh Family (this is an unnamed apple developed at Cornell University)
It is an extremely attractive apple with its deep burgundy color and skin characteristics making it extremely attractive. An excellent combination of sweet and tart flavors. In our opinion it is better flavored when compared to Macoun. This apple has placed extremely high in independent apple tasting tests and makes a great apple pie. Our favorite apple.
The Honeycrisp is growing in leaps and bounds in popularity. It has a great combination of sweetness, firmness and tartness. Although it is not considered disease resistant it has shown to have some resistance to some diseases making it a good fit in our organic program.
RIBSTON PIPPIN: A complex and strong-tasting 'aromatic' apple. Our best juicing apple and equal to Roxbury Russet as a hard cider apple.
FLORINA QUERINA: We love the name as well as its crunchy texture and aromatic sweet and juicy attributes of this apple.
JONAFREE:A Jonathan type apple that has a creamy golden flesh and crisp juicy flavor. One of the choicest apples for pies, sauce, juice, dried apple chips or just eating fresh.
PIXIE CRUNCH:Small, sweet flavored, crisp and juicy apple. Great lunchbox apple.
WOLF RIVER: Mainly used for cooking, and it keeps its shape when cooked. It is fairly sweet and doesn't need much sugar added.
LIBDEL: A very large apple that is a cross between a Liberty and a Delicious . Great eating and cooking apple.
LIBERTY: from the McIntosh Family, McIntosh like flavor. This apple is very flavorful with an intense sprightly flavor and has a nearly white, crispy, crunchy flesh. If you like McIntosh you’ll love Liberty.
NOVA SPY: This is the first pest resistant apple variety that has a flavor reminiscent of the famous Northern Spy apple. Greenish yellow striped or blushed with dark red. Flesh creamy yellow, fine, very firm, crisp, moderately tender, juicy and palette cleansing.
ROXBURY RUSSET:Although it has some tartness it is like all russets a fundamentally sweet apple. It is also a fairly good keeper.
MUTSU -- aka CRISPIN: A large yellow/green apple with a sweet slightly spiced flavor. This is a great dessert and pie apple. Many folks use this apple to make chocolate covered apples.
GOLDRUSH: a Golden Variety. An end of the season apple. Medium coarse grained, very firm, crisp, especially breaking and juicy. The apple changes flavor during storage. At picking it has a brisk flavor and develops a rich complex flavor a few weeks after picking. Goldrush resists oxidation when cut making it great for baking and sauce. Although we have eaten them long before reaching this point, they retain their quality even after months in refrigeration.
ENTERPRISE: Another late season variety with a nice sweet, spicy and tart blend. This blend is typical of the best New England apples. Also an excellent keeper.
In additional to the above apples we have a small number of the following apple trees, including Macoun, Cortland and Zesta.