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    Ambrosia® Apple

    $50.00

    Late August – Early September
    ~Refreshing with floral notes~
    Unlike other apples, less sugar needed when cooking as they are naturally sweet. Low acid levels make them slow to brown/oxidize – perfect for slicing in the morning and enjoying at lunchtime. Keep well in the refrigerator. Use Honeycrisp and Gala as pollinator.

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    Aztec Fuji® Apple

    $50.00

    Late September
    ~Sweet flavor of a Fuji~
    A full-colored, blush type without the typical stripes of a Fuji. Considered a dessert apple and will store a long time in the refrigerator. Thin skinned and a good crunch makes this an enjoyable sweet treat. Use Gala and Honeycrisp as pollinizers.

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    Aztec Fuji® Apple

    $50.00

    Late September
    ~Sweet flavor of a Fuji~
    A full-colored, blush type without the typical stripes of a Fuji. Considered a dessert apple and will store a long time in the refrigerator. Thin skinned and a good crunch makes this an enjoyable sweet treat. Use Gala and Honeycrisp as pollinizers.

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    Granny Smith Apple

    $50.00

    Mid October
    ~Add some flavorful zing~
    The flavor of this juicy and crisp apple is tart. It is a vigorous tree and sets crops early and heavy.

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    Royal Red Honeycrisp® Apple

    $50.00

    Mid to Late August
    ~An all-encompassing delight~
    Red Royal Honeycrisp has improved storage and more red coloring than a typical Honeycrisp while maintaining the unique flavor and textures that makes this apple highly sought after. Honeycrisp is rated one of the highest in sensory evaluations – this fruit has it all! Use Fuji or Gala as pollenizer.

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    Simmons(cv) Gala Apple

    $50.00

    Mid September
    ~Refreshing flavor~
    This variety has a bright red color and contains slightly visable lines that make the fruit look attractive. It has a crisp and juicy pulp, with a sweet and faintly acidic taste – wonderful flavor. Gala trees are self-fertile, but for greater production, use a Honeycrisp or Fuji for cross-pollination.