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Heirloom Apples

Our heirloom varieties feature unique and delicious fruit and have been prized by Apple aficionados for many years. These varieties have been proven to grow well in our region and in many parts of the US.

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Arkansas Black M-26

Arkansas Black M-26

One of the most striking and beautiful apples, Arkansas Black fruit ranges in color from dark purple to almost black when ripe. This delicious and aromatic fruit is prized for fresh eating, cider and baking and keeps its quality for several months in storage.
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Arkansas Black M-7

Arkansas Black M-7

One of the most striking and beautiful apples, Arkansas Black fruit ranges in color from dark purple to almost black when ripe. This delicious and aromatic fruit is prized for fresh eating, cider and baking and keeps its quality for several months in storage.
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Ashmead�s Kernal M-26

Ashmead's Kernal M-26

Considered one of the finest flavored of all apples, this yellow, russetted, English dessert variety has a unique nut-like flavor with crisp and juicy flesh. Ashmead's Kernal is good for fresh eating and for making delicious pies, crisps and cider. Ashmead's Kernal ripens in October and stores well.
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Ashmead’s Kernal M-7

Ashmead's Kernal M-7

Considered one of the finest flavored of all apples, this yellow, russetted, English dessert variety has a unique nut-like flavor with crisp and juicy flesh. Ashmead's Kernal is good for fresh eating and for making delicious pies, crisps and cider. Ashmead's Kernal ripens in October and stores well.
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Cox’s Orange Pippin M-26

Cox's Orange Pippin M-26

An award-winning, English dessert apple, Cox's Orange bears delicious, sweet-tart fruit with crisp and aromatic flesh. Great for fresh eating and drying, Cox's Orange also makes tasty sauce and cider. Cox's Orange ripens in September and can be stored until January.
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Cox’s Orange Pippin M-7

Cox's Orange Pippin M-7

An award-winning, English dessert apple, Cox's Orange bears delicious, sweet-tart fruit with crisp and aromatic flesh. Great for fresh eating and drying, Cox's Orange also makes tasty sauce and cider. Cox's Orange ripens in September and can be stored until January.
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Ellison’s Orange M-26

Ellison's Orange M-7

A beautiful, large, crimson red fruit with yellow stripes, Ellison's Orange features delicious flavor and tender, sweet and aromatic flesh. A unique relative of Cox's Orange Pippin, Ellison's Orange is scab-resistant and easy to grow.
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Holstein M-26

Holstein M-26

A great, multi-purpose Apple, this disease-resistant, easy to grow variety is highly regarded by home gardeners throughout the US. Holstein features attractive, blushed red on yellow, large, firm, juicy and very flavorful fruit. Delicious for fresh eating as well as for baking and juice, Holstein ripens in mid to late September and keeps for several months in cool storage.
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