An early season apple that’s juicy, with a light and crisp texture. Sprightly, sweet/tart taste with a hint of brown sugar.

Ginger Gold

This late summer apple has a crisp flesh with a mild, sweet taste. It is slightly more tart than its relative, the Golden Delicious.


A red sport of Cortland that ripens several weeks earlier.


Originated about 1800 by Rev. Samuel Porter of Sherbourne, MA. By 1850 it was the principal apple of the Boston market. Tender, aromatic, sweet, pear-like. (Our Uncle Karl’s favorite.)


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