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Creston is a large, late-season, conical apple resembling Jonagold in shape, color, and flavor. Yellow with a red blush or stripes, its yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, and sweet. There are mixed reviews on its storage ability; some say it stores better than Jonagold, while others claim it can become greasy or soft in storage.
Discovered: 1998 Summerland, British Columbia
Parentage: Golden Delicious x NJ 381049
Harvest: Late SeasonLearn more and find orchards
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The 2022 New England Apples wall calendar is here!
Every month features:
- Beautiful photographs of New England orchards by Russell Steven Powell and Bar Lois Weeks (plus front and back covers — 14 in all);
- Photographs and descriptions of a different apple; and
- A health tip about the benefits of eating apples.
Inside the back cover is a list of orchards, complete with contact information and websites.
Order yours by sending $10 to:
New England Apples, PO Box 41, Hatfield, MA 01038
Price includes postage and handling.
Or better yet, support New England’s apple growers by becoming a member of New England Apple Association, and receive a calendar as our gift!
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