Honeycrisp apples have a sweet, subtly tangy flavor well suited for fresh and cooked preparations. These apples are great for eating.


Developed from a sapling graft in 1870 by John McIntosh of Ontario, Canada. White flesh, crisp, juicy. New England’s most popular apple.


Cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd’s Orange Pippin. Developed in New Zealand in the 1920s by J.H. Kidd of Greytown, Wairarapa Valley. Strikingly attractive with bright yellow skin and red-orange color.


Cross between McIntosh and Ben Davis, developed in 1898 by S.A. Beach at the New York Agricultural Experiment Station. One of New England’s most popular apples.