An early season apple that’s juicy, with a light and crisp texture. Sprightly, sweet/tart taste with a hint of brown sugar.
Originated by Peter Gideon (the first American to scientifically breed apples) of Excelsior, MN. From the seed of a Cherry Crab he obtained in 1860 from Albert Emerson of Bangor, ME. Named after his wife, Wealthy Hull. Tender, very tart, juicy, high in pectin. (Our...
Developed in British Columbia
Found in 1960 by Lewis Arends of Kent County, MI. Slightly tart with white, non-browning flesh.
Cross between McIntosh and Yellow Transparent. Developed by the Geneva, NY Agricultural Experiment Station. Named for Milton, NY. Crisp and tart.