Haralson is a crisp and juicy apple with white flesh and an aromatic pineapple or lime scent. This hardy apple keeps its shape when baked. A mild fresh-eating apple, it is also prized by cider and wine makers. Haralson is harvested in late September to early October.
Discovered: 1913, Minnesota
Parentage: Malinda x Wealthy
Harvest: Late Season
Haralson was first grown in 1913 at the University of Minnesota and introduced commercially in 1923. Its heritage includes the variety Malinda.