Apples

Golden Delicious

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  Introduced in 1916 and originated in West Virginia as a chance seedling. Firm and juicy. Slices keep their shape when baked in pies. Favourite choice for snacks and applesauce
 

Northern Spy

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  Distinguished by bright red stripes and an elongated shape. Large, crisp and firm. Excellent for pies and baked apples.
 

Red Delicious

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 Large size, firm, sweet and juicy. Dark red colour and elongated shape. Excellent in salads but not recommended for cooking.
 

Ginger Gold™

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 A greenish−gold, sweet−tart apple . This early−season  apple is great for salads, and cooks well too. 

Gala™

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 Cross between the Kidd’s Orange and Golden Delicious. Average size; yellow-orange ground colour with a red blush. Ideal for eating fresh. 

Honeycrisp™

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  Cross between the Macoun and Honeygold. Large sized fruit with distinctive crisp texture, aromatic, juicy and a slightly acidic, sweet taste. Flesh is cream coloured. Best eaten fresh.
 

Empire

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 Cross between the McIntosh and Red Delicious. Slightly tart; juicy, firm and crisp. Ideal for snacks; makes great apple sauce.
 

IdaRed

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  Cross between the Jonathan and Wagener. Medium to large with round to flat round shape. Tart; keeps its flavour when oven baked. Ideal for eating fresh or oven baking.