Apple varieties

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Chance seedling, believed to have been created from a cross between Grimes Golden with an unknown variety. Quite strong head growth. Mid-season blossom; quite late. Good quality and self-fertile to a degree. Early variety and low sensitivity to rotation. The harvesting season runs from late September to the fourth week of October. Medium sized fruit, regular shape. Greenish yellow fruits, which take on a yellow colour over time. Some years may see pronounced fruit skin russeting. The flesh is quite firm and mildly tart. This variety can be stored into mid-January, in ULO until late June. Good shelf life.
Created by M.H. Reinders in Helden-Panningen (NL) in 1962. Yellow to greenish yellow fruit. Smooth, medium sized fruit. Rather late blossom. Harvesting season: mid-September.
Golden Delicious x Cripps Pink. French origin. Blossom time is slightly later than that of Golden Delicious. Deep red (80 - 90%) fruit on a yellowish green background. Sweet and very juicy fruit with a delicate aroma. Harvesting season: concurs with that of Golden Delicious (in Belgium). Excellent storage life and shelf life.
Created by T. Smith Ryde in New South Wales in Australia. Green regular fruit with clear lenticels. Refreshingly mildly acidic, juicy and crunchy. Harvesting season: late October.
Cross between Jonathan and Wagener. Created by L. Verner in Idaho (VSA). Medium-sized, round-shaped dark red fruits. Fine, sweet and crispy flavour. Harvesting season: early October. Will keep as far as March.