Amere de Berthcourt M-26
A popular variety in French cider orchards, Amere de Berthcourt’s bittersweet juice is used for making alcoholic cider or adding body to sweet cider. Easy to grow and very productive, Amere de Berthcourt bears good crops of greenish-yellow fruit with a pink blush.
Very disease-resistant and easy to grow, this new, patented variety from Purdue U. bears good crops of beautiful, deep red, juicy and flavorful fruit. Enterprise ripens in early October and can be stored for several months. Enterprise is good for fresh eating and makes delicious sauce, pies and crisps.
A real blast, this unusual variety features bright red fruit and striking, deep red flesh. Firecracker™ is often considered a crabapple and is great for salads, desserts and juice. A naturally dwarf tree, Firecracker™ produces abundant crops and is hardy to minus 40°F.
Enjoy the striking pillar of snow-white flowers on this unique variety. Following this spectacular spring flower display are good crops of large, attractive, golden yellow fruit. Sweet, firm, and delicious, Golden Sentinel™ is good for fresh eating, cider, and baking.
This patented selection from Purdue U. bears abundant crops of large, golden-yellow, sweet, crisp and flavorful fruit. Great for fresh eating and baking, GoldRush ripens in October, and can be stored until late spring.
This popular, unique and delicious variety bears abundant crops of large, round, scarlet red fruit with a yellow background, Honeycrisp’s™ very juicy, crisp and flavorful fruit ripens in early September and can be kept for several months in cool storage.
Liberty bears large, attractive, bright red fruit with sweet, flavorful, crisp and juicy flesh. One of the best disease-resistant varieties, Liberty is great for eating fresh and baking. Liberty ripens in mid to late September and stores well until January.
Mountain Rose displays profuse pink blooms in the spring followed by large, greenish yellow, sweet-tart apples with crisp, dark red flesh. Mountain Rose ripens in early October and can be stored until spring.