Firm and crisp with a highly appealing subacid, aromatic flavor. Creamy white flesh doesn't brown when cut. Possibly Red Delicious x Golden Delicious found growing in Washington state.
Needs a frost to sweeten. Tough skinned, juicy and sweet eating apple.
Sweet, juicy and crisp. Great for fresh eating and pies. Holds shape when baked. Chance seedling of Grimes Golden; West Virginia, Introduced in 1900.
Is a fairly small bright red/crimson apple with bright white flesh and a distinctive sweet flavor. Good for eating, juice. Keeps 1 to 2 months.
A sweet, crisp, fine textured, complex flavored apple. A treat for fresh eating! Stores well and stays crisp. Ralls Janet x Delicious; Japan 1962.
Crisp, tart, all purpose apple. A great keeper that makes wonderful pies. Flavor mellows in storage. Jonathan x Wagener cross. Moscow, Idaho, 1935.
Firm, crackling, juicy, slightly tart, flesh. Superb, rich, full flavor. Finest dessert and eating quality. Good cooking properties. Will store in common refrigerator for 3 months. Jonathan x Golden Delicious cross.
Sweet, crisp, and juicy. Excellent for fresh eating and also good for cooking. Golden Delicious and Haralson cross developed at University of Minnesota. Introduced in 1970.
Very large fruit with sweet, pleasant flavor and fine-grained flesh good for fresh eating, salad, and baked apples. Good storage life. McIntosh x Longfield cross released by the University of Minnesota in 1943.