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Apples, Local, IPM, 2023 Harvest, All varieties

Currently available:

  • Empire
  • Gold Delicious
  • Jonagold
  • Mutsu
  • Pink Lady
  • Red Delicious
  • Sweetie
  • Stayman
  • Winecrisp
$15/6 lbs, $35/18 lbs, $60/38 lbs
  • #1 Honeycrisp (currently out of stock)
$15/3 lbs, $55/18 lbs, $100/38 lbs

Blondees are large deep yellow apples with low acidity resembling Galas in both flavor and quality. Keep well in storage.

Cameo apples are mainly an orange-yellow color with red streaked throughout. Cameo apples are firm and crisp with a subtle sweet-tart balanced flavor, resist browning, and can be stored for 3-5 months if they are kept in a cold, refrigerated area.

Cortland apples are sweet and juicy, with a hint of tartness, and have tender, snow-white flesh. Excellent for eating, salads, sauces, pies and baking. Good for freezing.

Empire apples are red, juicy, firm, crunchy and sweet. They do not bruise easily so are ideal for lunch boxes. Originally a cross between McIntosh and Red Delicious, Empire apples are excellent for eating, salads, sauce, baking, pies and freezing.

Fuji apples have a dense flesh that is sweeter and crisper than many other apple cultivars, making them popular with consumers around the world.

Gala is one of the most widely-grown apple varieties, with a sweet pleasant flavor, and good keeping qualities.

Ginger Gold have a pale yellow skin with slight russeting on the surface. They have a crisp, cream-colored flesh with a sweet, mildly tart taste.

Golden Delicious apples are pale green to golden yellow in color with small speckles, and firm, crisp, white flesh. They have a balanced sweet-tart aromatic honeyed flavor.

Golden Russets are medium-sized round apples with a bronzed golden color and crisp, sweet-tart, yellow flesh. The champagne of cider apples, ripening late in fall when the best sweet cider is ready to be made. Also used fresh eating,cooking, and dried apples. Will keep from December until April when stored properly.

Golden Supreme apples have a pale yellow skin, sometimes with a red blush. As one of the more mellow and sweet varieties, all-purpose Goldens are great for eating out of hand, baking and salads. Golden Supreme Apples are one of the most popular apple varieties in the world with its agreeable taste, texture, aroma and appearance, they’re a “must have” for any apple lover.

Honeycrisp The sweetness, firmness, juiciness and tartness make this an ideal apple for eating raw. #2 grade have some blemishes.

Jonagold apples are a hybrid of the Jonathan and the Golden Delicious. From the Golden Delicious, Jonagolds get their sweetness and thin skin, and tartness from the Jonathan.

Jonamacs are a cross between Jonathan and McIntosh apples, Jonamac is closer to a McIntosh in terms of flavor, just a bit sweeter. Many people love the touch-of-honey taste of a Jonamac, a great eating apple.

Little Jewels are small-medium size fruits with sweet, fruity flavor in every bite–-no more half-eaten apples! They pack perfectly in lunch boxes and the thin skin means no peeling for picky kids!

McIntosh have tender white flesh that is crisp when freshly harvested, but soon adopts a softer consistency, making it perfect for cooking into pies or sauce. Macs are sweet and juicy with thin skin and a pleasant tanginess.

Mutsu (aka Crispin) is yellow with a slight orange blush; the crisp flesh is white to pale yellow and holds its shape when cooked, with a juicy sweet-honeyed flavor that is  perfectly balanced with tartness. As few as three of these large apples will make a very respectable pie. Keep very cold to preserve quality.

Pink Lady apples are small to medium-sized round apples. The flesh is fine-grained, firm, crisp and juicy; slow to turn oxidize, with a mouthwatering sweet-tart honeyed flavor.

Red Delicious has a sweet but very mild flavor, somewhat reminiscent of slightly over-ripe melon. The flesh is juicy and has a light crispness.

Rome apples are the queen of baking apples, having a mildly sweet and slightly tangy flavor with a bit of a floral aroma. Because of their thicker skin they hold their shape well for all kinds of baking projects, from pies and baked apples to fried apple rings.

Spartan apples are a Canadian spin-off from the McIntosh apple. They develop a lovely deep plum-red fruit that is smaller than the McIntosh. Perfect for a snack or in kids’ lunchboxes, and great for juicing!

Staymans are firm, tender, finely textured, juicy, crisp, and yellowish-green, the flesh is tart and spicy. They keep very well, and are used primarily as dessert apples, but also make a fine addition to blended cider.

Sweeties are, well, sweet and crunchy with mild spice-like undertones. It’s a hybrid cross between the Royal Gala and Braeburn. Mix with more tart apples for pie.

Winecrisp This deep-red fruit is everything you want in a dessert apple — sweet, juicy, and firm. Also great for baking.

Zestar Unique sweet and tangy flavor, with accents of brown sugar. The apple is best used for fresh eating, and for use in a variety of baked goods, sauces, desserts, and salads. This apple’s flavor will intensify when kept at room temperature.


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Blondee, Cameo, Cortland, Empire, Fuji, Gala, Ginger Gold, Goldie, Golden Delicious, Golden Russet, Golden Supreme, Honeycrisp #2, Little Jewel, Jonagold, Jonamac, MacIntosh, Mutsu, Pink Lady, Red Delicious, Rome, Spartan, Stayman, Sweetie, Winecrisp, Zestar, Honeycrisp #1


3 lbs, 6 lbs, 18 lbs, 38 lbs, 5 large apples