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Pink Lady Apples are one of the best fruit-sources of fiber, studies have proven to be integral to reducing visceral fat. A recent study at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center found that for every 10-gram increase in soluble fiber eaten per day, visceral fat was reduced by 3.7 percent over five years.  A study conducted at the University of Western Australia found that the Pink Lady variety had the highest level of antioxidant flavonoids.

The Pink Lady (or Cripps Pink) is one of my favorite apples! In 5 years we'll be enjoying a tree full of them!

Winesap apple blossom is unusually red by apple standards Often known as Virginia Winesap, a tart small apple, and like many US heirloom varieties, keeps well in store. Originates from: Eastern states, United States Introduced: 1800s Disease resistance Mildew  - Very resistant Cedar apple rust  - Very resistant Fireblight  - Some susceptibility

Often known as Virginia Winesap, a tart small apple, and like many US heirloom varieties, keeps well in store.

Winesap  Winesap apple  Rated as resistant - control only needed under high disease pressure  Climate suitability: Temperate climates Climate suitability: Tolerates cold winters  Offspring of this variety:Arkansas Black King David - Probable parent (or Arkansas Black, one of its offspring) Stayman      Uses: Eat fresh     Uses: Cooking     Uses: Juice     Uses: Hard cider     Uses: Drying     Cooking result: Textured puree     Flavour quality: Very good     Flavour quality: Good     Flavour…

Often known as Virginia Winesap, a tart small apple, and like many US heirloom varieties, keeps well in store.

Akane Apple from Japan, introduced in 1937, a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain A wonderful eating apple with a very good flovour.  Ripens early-mid season not a good keeper.  Needs a polinator good disease resistance

Akane Apple from Japan, introduced in a cross between Jonathan and Worcester Pearmain A wonderful eating apple with a very good flovour. Ripens early-mid season not a good keeper. Needs a polinator good disease resistance

Baldwin Apple

Baldwin Apple

Wolf River apple Uses: Eat fresh Uses: Cooking Uses: Drying Cooking result: Keeps shape Flavour quality: Good Flavour quality: Average Flavour style: Aromatic Flavour style: Sweet/Sharp Harvest period: Late season Use / keeping: 1-2 months Flowering period: Mid season Flowering group: 3 Fertility: Self-sterile Ploidy: Diploid Vigour: Large Fruit bearing: Spur-bearer Fruit bearing: Partial tip-bearer Period of origin: 1850 - 1899 Bultitude apple group: 6. Red flushed, smooth, sweet Russet %…

Notable for its very large size, primarily used for cooking.

Zestar!  Climate suitability: Temperate climates     Climate suitability: Tolerates cold winters  Disease resistance      Mildew  - Some resistance     Fireblight  - Some resistance     Cedar apple rust  - Some resistance (VR)     Scab  - Very susceptible

Early season apple with a good crisp sweet-tart flavor.

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A crisp red apple with bright white flesh and refreshing sweet flavor.

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Swanton Pacific Ranch u-pick Apple Farm, Davenport Our U-Pick Organic Apple Orchard is now open! We are open every week, Friday-Sunday from through the picking season (typically lasting through October). Please contact us with any questions.

Redfree apple; Medium size, glossy fruit with 90% bright red color. Smooth, waxy, russet-free skin. Light flesh is crisp and juicy. Originates from: United States Introduced: 1981 Developed by: PRI (Purdue, Rutgers, Illinois Co Op A disease resistant summer apple. The scab resistance comes from the incorporation of Malus floribunda, a crab apple. Using      Harvest period: Early season     Use / keeping: 2-3 weeks

Medium size, glossy fruit with bright red color. Light flesh is crisp and juicy.

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