MCINTOSH

This is the best selling apple variety in the Northeast.  A John McIntosh of Ontario, Canada crossed the Detroit Red and the Famous apples varieties in 1801.  The flesh is white, soft, and juicy and is highly aromatic. This variety is a “parent” of the Cortland, Empire, Macoun and Spartan. The flesh softens when baked, Macs account for Nearly 2/3 of today’s New England apple harvest.  McIntosh are ready to be pick in early September

 

GALA

The “parents” of this cross are the Golden Delicious and the Cox’s orange pippen.    The flesh is dense and crisp and the variety has a sweet flavor.  This variety is on the smallest but good “ lunchbox” sized apples.  The Galas are picked in ????????

 

 

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