Classic Apples

20 oz apple

20 oz

The Heirloom variety of the 20 ounce apple is famous for its size and excellent cooking qualities. This apple has a pale yellow flesh and is firm, tender, juicy and tart. It’s Grandmas favorite apple for pies. This apple is best for pies, applesauce and baking. Excellent for cooking.

cortland apple

Cortland

Imagine a fragrant fresh fruit cup with beautiful snow white apples. Cortland has very white flesh and is an excellent dessert apple. This great all purpose apple was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in 1898. It’s a sweet apple with a hint of tartness.

crispin apple

Crispin

Bite into a Crispin for a great crunch and mouthful of sweet juice. It’s one of the most satisfying snacks around! The original name for this exceptional apple was Mutsu, reflecting its Japanese heritage. It was renamed Crispin in the late 1960s and has been gaining fans ever since.

empire apple

Empire

With the popular Red Delicious and McIntosh for parents, Empire apples were destined to be a hit. It’s a sweet-tart combination that’s great for everything. The New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva introduced this new variety in 1966.

fuji apple

Empire

Wow! What a great snacking apple! Fuji apples have it all–super sweet, super juicy and super crisp. This Japanese apple has American parents, Red Delicious and Ralls Janet, an antique apple that goes back to Thomas Jefferson in 1793. We’re glad this popular Japanese apple is grown in New York now!

gala apple

Gala

Another apple made for kids is the Gala, a new variety developed in New Zealand. It’s got the mild flavor that “picky eaters” prefer and a striking bright yellow-red color that attracts the eye! Gala apples are fairly resistant to bruising and are sweet, grainy, with a mild flavor and a thinner skin than most apples.

gingergold apple

Gingergold

Can’t wait for your favorite apples in the early fall? The early ripening Ginger Gold will satisfy your need for a great snacking apple. Check them out early in the season when this special new variety is readily available! The flavor is mild but with a tart finish. Makes excellent apple pies.

golden delicious apple

Golden Delicious

Some people think that Golden Delicious is simply the yellow cousin of the popular Red Delicious apple. But, in fact, they are related in name only. This honey sweet apple is a special treat all on its own. Excellent for eating, salads and sauce.

honeycrisp apple

Honeycrisp

Sometimes the name of an apple says it all. Honeycrisp apples are honey sweet (with a touch of tart) and amazingly crisp, some say “explosively crisp.” It’s easy to see why this new variety continues to grow in popularity. Supplies are limited for now but more Honeycrisp trees are being planted every year.

jonagold_apple

Jonagold

The smell of fresh apple crisp wafting through the house is a sure sign of Fall. Jonagolds make excellent baked goodies. Jonagold is another success story from the NY State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. It’s a cross between mellow Golden Delicious and tart Jonathan.

jonamac apple

Jonamac

A sweet-tart apple great for fresh eating, sauce, cooking and baking. An all around favorite with a tangy, aromatic flavor. Flesh firm, crisp, high quality with flavor similar to a McIntosh. Jonamac originated from a Mclntosh and Jonathan cross made in 1944.

macoun apple

Macoun

Want a perfect no-fat dessert that will satisfy your sweet tooth? Macoun may just be your apple, but, hurry, these special apples are only available in the Fall. Macoun was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva in 1932.

mcintosh apple

McIntosh

Nothing evokes Fall better than the aromatic fragrance of McIntosh apples. People have enjoyed this apple since 1811 when John McIntosh discovered the first seedling. McIntosh apples grow particularly well in New York’s cool climate!

red delicious apple

Red Delicious

These popular mildly sweet apples are grown across the country but our Red Delicious have the slight tartness so characteristic of apples from New York. Give our Red Delicious a try! Red Delicious apples look great for a long time so they are the favored choice for holiday centerpieces and wreaths.

SweeTango apple

SweeTango

Introduced in 2009, SweeTango is a cross between the Honeycrisp and Zeststar! varieties. It tastes like no other apple. The apple is crisp and juicy with a smooth texture. The flavor is rich and vibrant. Sweet notes framed by bright acidity gratify with every crisp bite.

Heritage Apples

These varieties are available in very limited quantities in our U-pick Orchard only

Adam’s Pearmain
Akane
Alaska Etter
Alaska Pink
Alexander
Allington Pippin
American Beauty
Anise Russet
Anna
Anna Elizabeth
Anoka
Apricot
Arkansas Black
Arthur Turner
Ashmead’s Kernel
Autumn Pearmain
Autumn Sweet
Bailey Sweet
Baldwin
Balleyfatten
Barnack Beauty
Beautiful Arcade
Beauty of Bath
Beitgheimer
Belle de Boskoop
Belmont Waxen
Benham
Benoni
Ben Davis
Bentley
Berner Rosen
Bess Pool
Bevan’s Favorite
Bismark
Black Amish
Black Gilliflower
Black Oxford
Blenheim Orange
Blue Pearmain
Bramley’s Seedling
Brownlees Russet
Brushy Mountain Limbertwig
Buckingham
Buff
Buncombe
Burgundy
Calmountier
Calville Blanc
Calville Rouge
Calvin
Canadian Reinette
Cat’s Head
Cheese of Pennsylvania
Chehalis
Chenango Strawberry
Cherryville Black
Chiver’s Delight
Claygate Pearmain
Close
Coe’s Golden Drop
Cole’s Quince
Cook’s Seedling
Coon
Cooper’s Market
Cornish Gilliflower
Court Pendu Plat
Cox’s Orange Pippin
Cranberry Pippin
Crimson Beauty
Crow’s Egg
D’Arcy Spice
Dabinette
Dakota Gold
Davey
Deacon Jones
Decio
Democrat
Devine
Devonshire Quarrenden
Discovery
Disharoon
Doctor
Domine
Dr. Matthews
Duchess of Oldenburg
Duke of Devonshire
Dyer
Early Harvest
Early Strawberry
Early Tart
Eddie April
Edward VII
Egremont Russet
Einsheimer
Ellison’s Orange
Emnith Early
English Beauty
Erwin Bauer
Esopus Spitzenburg
Etter’s Gold
Eveready
Fall Pippin
Fall Russet
Fall Wine
Fallawater
Fanny
Father Abraham
Fenouillet Gris
Flat Fall Cheese
Florina
Foxwhelp
Franklin
Freyberg
Frostproof
Gano
Gascoyne’s Scarlet
George Cave
Gilpin
Gladstone
Gloria Mundi
Golden Harvey
Golden Noble
Golden Pippin
Golden Russet
Golden Sweet
Gragg
Graniwinkle
Gravenstein
Greensleeves
Grenadier
Grimes Golden
Haas
Hackworth
Hadlock Reinette
Haralson
Harvey
Hawaii
Hawkeye
Hawley
Herring’s Pippin
Hidden Rose
High Top Sweet
Hog Sweet
Hollow Log
Holstein
Homestead
Honey Cider
Honeygold
Hoover
Horse Apple
Howgate Wonder
Hubbardston Nonesuch
Hudson’s Golden Gem
Hunt Russet
Hyde King
Idaho Gem
Incarnation
Ingram
Irish Peach
James Grieve Rosamund
Jefferis
Jewett’s Red
Jonathan
July Tart
Karmijn
Keim
Kendall
Kentucky Limbertwig
Kerry Pippin
Keswick Coddlin
Kid’s Orange
Kindal Sinap
King David
King Luscious
King of Pippin
King’s Acre Pippin
Kingston Black
Kinnard’s Choice
Knobbed Russet
Lady (Api)
Lady Sudeley
Lady Sweet
Lamb Abbey Pearmain
Lane’s Prince Albert
Late Strawberry
Laxton’s Epicure
Laxton’s Fortune
Laxton’s Superb
Little Benny
Liveland Raspberry
Lodi
Lord Derby
Lord Hindlip
Lord Lambourne
Lord’s Seedling
Lubsk Queen
Lyman’s Large Summer
Maiden’s Blush
Mammoth Blacktwig
Mantet
Margaret
Margil
May Apple
Mayer’s Spice
Medaille D’Or
Melba
Melon
Melrose
Merton Beauty
Merton Knave
Merton Worchester
Milam
Milo Gibson
Minkler
Monarch
Moonlight
Mother
Mountain Boomer
Munson Sweet
Myer’s Royal Limbertwig
Newgold
Newton Wonder
Niagara
Nickajack
Norfolk Royal
Norland
North Star King
Northfield Beauty
Northwest Greening
Ohio Nonpariel
Old Fashioned Limbertwig
Old Nonpariel
Oliver (Senator)
Opalescent
Ophir
Orleans
Ortley
Padukah
Palouse
Paradise
Park’s Pippin
Parmar
Peasgood Nonesuch
Peck’s Peasant
Pewaukee
Pfrisch Roter Sommerapfel
Pilot
Pink Pearl
Pink Pearmain
Pink Sparkle
Pitmaston Pineapple
Pixie
Pomme Gris
Porter
Pound Pippin
Pound Sweet
Prairie Spy
Primate
Prior’s Red
Prussian
Pumaineer Kaneeli
Pumpkin Russet
Ralls Janet
Ramsdell Sweet
Rattlecore
Raven
Razer Russet
Red Astrachan
Red Canada
Red Hackworth
Red June
Red Limbertwig
Redfield
Redflesh
Redford
Reine des Reinettes
Reverend Morgan
Rhode Island Greening
Ribston
Ribston Pippin
Rockingham Red
Rolfe
Rome Beauty
Rosemary Russet
Ross Nonpariel
Roxbury Russet
Royal Jubilee
Rozovoe
Ruby Limbertwig
Salome
Scarlet Crofton
Scott Winter
Sheepnose
Shockley
Sierra Beauty
Slocan
Smith Cider
Smokehouse
Smokey Mountain Limbertwig
Snow (Fameuse)
Somerset of Maine
Sops of Wine
St. Edmund’s Russet
St. Johnsbury Sweet
St. Lawrence
Stark
Striped June
Stump
Sturmer Pippin
Summer Pearmain
Summer Queen
Summer Rambo
Summer Rose
Suntan
Sutton’s Beauty
Swaar
Sweet Bough
Sweet Delicious
Sweet Fiona
Sweet Sixteen
Sweet Winter Penock
Tarbutton
Tenderskin
Tetofsky
Thornberry
Tollman Sweet
Tom Putt
Tompkins Co. King
Tower of Glamis
Tydman’s Late Orange
Vandervere
Victoria Limbertwig
Victoria Sweet
Virginia Beauty
Virginia Greening
Wagener
Warner’s King
Washington Strawberry
Wealthy
Westfield Seek-No-Further
Westland
White Winter Pearmain
William Crump
Williams
Willow Twig
Winekist
Winesap
Winter Banana
Winter Joy
Winter Pearmain
Wismer’s Dessert
Wolf River
Yates
Yellow Belleflower
Yellow Newton Pippin
Yellow Transparent
York Imperial
Zabergau Reinette