In the summer months we have an assortment of apples from other farms typically available in 3lb bags.
Lodi: “Applesauce Queen” Lodi are the first apple of the season. Used almost solely for applesauce, Lodi is an improvement on it’s parent variety: Yellow Transparent. A thick yellow skin covers this tart apple. Makes the very best apple sauce due to its ability to cook down very quickly. Lodi are available in the store […]
Early Blaze: “Early Jonathan” We like to call the Early Blaze the “early Jonathan”. This summer apple is a cross between Jonathan and Grimes Golden, these semi-tart apples are crisp with just the right mixture of sweetness and zip for fresh off the tree eating. Smooth striped skin is cherry red and very attractive. It […]
Paula Red: “Early Cortland” A red/green apple that matures in summer, Paula Red has beautiful solid red blush color far ahead of other apples. Flavor is tart, light to creamy flesh and is equally food for eating, sauces, juice or pies. Approximate Date Available: Aug 15 Approximate Availability: Three Weeks Uses: Eating, Sauce, […]
Ginger Gold: “Early Golden Delicious” An outstanding early season apple, Ginger Gold is sweet, juicy and firm. Fine textured, with crisp, cream colored flesh, it is excellent for eating and salads. Ginger Gold is very slow to turn brown so it’s an excellent choice for any fresh cut apple use. Keeps up to six months […]
Sweet Maia: “Early Crisp” Sweet Maia is an exciting new early-season apple, sweeter and crisper than many other early- ripening varieties. It was developed by the Midwest Apple Improvement Association, or MAIA, hence the name. A cross between Honeycrisp and Winecrisp, Sweet Maia has a beautiful red blush over yellow skin, and crispy flesh with […]
Gala: “Early Sweet Eating” Gala is a one of the favorite summer apples. It’s one of the first apples in the season and has a beautiful color and sweet taste. It is a strikingly attractive apple. The bright yellow skin is finely stippled with red, as if airbrushed, and the result is a near-neon intensity. […]