Heirloom Apple

Wright

Wright is from Hubbardton, Vermont, in the early 1800s. It is a large apple, pink to bright red with hints…

Yellow Transparent

The reason for Yellow Transparent’s name is evident when sunlight strikes a ripe apple on the tree, seeming to illuminate…

Winter Pearmain

Winter Pearmain was first grown in the 1600s in Plymouth County, Massachusetts. A small to medium, round, apple, it is…

White Pippin

White Pippin’s origin is unknown, but it dates to the early 1800s and was once widely grown in parts of…

Washington Strawberry

Washington Strawberry was discovered in Washington County, New York, in the 1840s. A beautiful apple, large, round, red with yellow…

Washington Greening

Washington Greening is of unknown origin, but is still found growing at Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston, Massachusetts. A…

Utter

Utter was discovered in Wisconsin and first cited in 1855. Utter is a medium-sized, oblate apple with red streaks on…

Vandevere

Vandevere was discovered in Wilmington, Delaware, sometime before 1806. It is a round, late-season apple, green with red patches or…

Titus Pippin

Titus Pippin is from Hempstead, Long Island, in the early 1800s, it is a large, conical, yellow with green accents.…

Swaar

Swaar was developed by Dutch settlers in New York’s Hudson River Valley and was first cited in 1804 (its Dutch…

Summer Pearmain

Summer Pearmain dates back to the late 1700s. A small, conical, early season apple, pinkish red over beige, its soft-firm…

Somerset of Maine

Somerset of Maine was discovered in Mercer, Somerset County, Maine, before 1850. A large, oblate, early season apple, it has…