A variety of apple that has a pale gold and freckled skin, a firm, crisp texture, and a sweet, mellow taste. The flesh resists browning and they are excellent eaten plain or used for cooking, although they lose some of their flavor when cooked
Ranging in color from a light yellow-green with a bit of red to all red, the Fuji apple has a sweet and spicy flavor. The natural sweetness of the apple makes it a good candidate for applesauce because little sugar is required.
A variety of apple that is small in size and has a skin that is yellowish-orange in color with red stripes. The flavor is sweet and not too tart, so it is a favorite as a snack
A variety of apple that has a creamy yellow flesh with a sweet and slightly tart flavor. The skin color is a warm red with areas of golden yellow. Jonagold apples are juicy and crisp and excellent for most cooked apple recipes or for eating as a snack.
A large, bright red apple with an elongated shape that has five distinctive knobs on the bottom. It is deliciously sweet and juicy, making it a good apple to eat out of the hand. It does not work well for cooking.
A round, bright red apple with an aromatic, rich flavor when cooked. The Rome is a slightly tart apple that tastes somewhat bland when eaten raw, however when cooked its flavor is enhanced. It makes a good pie and cobbler apple because is holds its texture and shape when baked. This apple is also known as Rome Beauty.
A tart, crisp, juicy apple with freckled green skin that is suitable for both eating as is and for cooking. Granny Smith apples are imported from New Zealand and Australia and they are also grown in the United States, mainly in Washington and California.
A variety of apple that is very firm with sweet and slightly tart flavor. It may range in color from greenish-gold to red and is popular as a snack or served in salads and desserts.
A variety of apple that has bright red and pale green outer skin and a cream colored crisp yet juicy inner flesh. This apple has a sweet yet slightly tart flavor and it is an excellent apple for salads, baking, cooking, or for eating as a snack. Developed by the University of Minnesota, the Honeycrisp Apple was created to grow well in cooler northern climates. It is a variety that stores well, so it can be kept refrigerated in proper temperatures for up to 8 months after being picked.
A fairly new variety of apple that is thought to be a cross between Red and Golden Delicious apples. It has a creamy yellow colored background with red striping over it. The Cameo apple has crisp, juicy flesh with a sweet flavor and a touch of tartness. It is a good apple for snacking and to use fresh in salads. It is also a good cooking apple and makes great desserts. The Cameo stores well when refrigerated.
Firm, crisp flesh and a unique, tangy-tart, sweet flavor are characteristic of this apple. Snackers and bakers give the variety high marks in consumer tastings. Cripps Pink, also known as Pink Lady®, is the last apple harvested in Washington state in late October. Crisp fall nights bring on the bright pink color that gives the apple its name. Supplies of Cripps Pink last from November to August.