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Origin: New York - 1791 Ripens: Late October Zone: 5 - 9
Uses: Baking, Cider, Sauce
A medium to large apple that has unique shaping being five sided that is pale red skined with some yellow stripes. The tender flesh is crisp and juicy. This apple is similar to Northern Spy. Great cider and sauce apple.
Washed Russet
Origin: Ripens: Zone: 3 - 6
A very large russet apple discovered by Conrad Gemmer. This apples markings and shadings of yellow and bronze russet with patches of clear shiny skin gave it the appearance of having been washed. It has crisp juicy flavorful flesh useful for dessert or culinary purposes and is a heavy, consistent bearer. It sometimes develops a pronounced reddish brown cheek when exposed to the sun.
Washington Strawberry
Origin: 1849 Ripens: Sept Zone: 3 - 6
Medium to large or very large striped red fruit. Firm, yellow flesh is juicy and sprightly subacid. Vigorous tree is hardy, healthy, moderately long lived and an early bearer.
Origin: Minnesota 1860 Ripens: Sept Zone: 3 - 6
Very hardy tree that is also low chill. Flesh whitish sometimes stained with red, tender, very juicy, flavor sweet subacid. Skin red, sometimes striped red.
Origin: University of Minnesota - 1922 Ripens: October Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Eating, Sauce
Skin is solid red or can be striped. The flesh is firm, crisp, and juicy and has a slightly tart flavor. A very hardy and productive tree. Apples are good keepers.
Westerfield Seek No Further
Origin: Massachusetts 1790 Ripens: Oct Zone: 3 - 6
Excellent for eating fresh. Fruit is streaked with red and russet over yellowish background.
Origin: Alberta Canada Ripens: Aug Zone: 3 - 6
Originating in Brooks, Alberta, this super-hardy cultivar will fruit in the coldest climate. Fruit large, juicy, good for pies and sauce but a bit tart for eating. Not a keeper. Pendulous branching habit.
White McMahon
Origin: Wisconsin - 1850 Ripens: Septeber Zone: 3 - 7
Uses: Eating, Pies, Sauce
Excellent eating apple. A possible seedling of Alexander
White Pippin
Origin: Introduced in 1848 Ripens: October Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Eating, Pies, Sauce
A late season ripening apple. Good production and good flavor for eating.
White Winter Pearmain
Origin: Midwest prior to 1858 Ripens: Oct Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Cider, Eating, Pies, Sauce
Tree vigorous. Fruit medium to nearly large, uniform, pale greenish, usually with one side blushed red. Flesh firm, crisp. Dessert apple, mildly subacid and pleasantly aromatic. Once a very popular apple in the Napa Valley, well adapted to coastal districts of California, including Southern California.
Whitney Crab
Origin: Illinois 1869 Ripens: July/Aug Zone: 3 - 6
Round to conic crab apple; often larger than a golf ball. Light greenish yellow with red blush or stripes. Sweet, juicy, yellowish flesh.
Wickson Crab
Origin: Ripens: Zone: 3 - 6
Small yellow and red fruit. Very sweet. Highly flavored juice.
Origin: Massachusetts 1750s Ripens: Aug/Sept Zone: 3 - 6
Beautiful bright red fruit. Red tinged firm flesh is moderately crisp and juicy yet mildly subacid. Good dessert apple.
Williams Pride
Origin: 1988 Ripens: July/Aug Zone: 4 - 7
Fruit is medium in size slightly conic in shape with a rich aromatic flavor. Apples are 70-80% red with excellent eating quality. It has inbred resistance to apple scab and cedar apple rust. Good resistance to fireblight and powdery mildew. Stores about 1 month in refrigeration.
Origin: Ripens: Late October Zone: 4 - 8
Uses: Eating, Salads
Medium red apple with crisp sweet flesh. Tree is disease resistant. Good keeper.
Origin: Winthrop, Maine Ripens: August Zone: 4 - 7
Uses: Cider, Salads, Sauce
A medium size, red apple. The flesh is all red and very tart.
Origin: US - around 1817 Ripens: Late Sept to early November Zone: 4 - 6
Uses: Baking, Pies, Sauce
A medium sized, dark red apple. The yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, and sweet. The wine-like flavor comes from the contrast of its sugar content and high tartness. Good keeper and high producer.
Winter Banana
Origin: Indiana 1876 Ripens: Oct/Nov Zone: 3 - 6
Fruit large, clear pale yellow, waxy finish, one side usually blushed with a delicate pink. A gorgeous apple. Flesh moderately firm, a little coarse, tender, mild, subacid, characteristically aromatic. Good quality. Better eating than cooking (too mild).
Winter Redflesh
Origin: Ripens: Oct Zone: 3 - 6
Red fleshed fruit. Excellent for sauce and jelly. Abundant purple flowers; dark colored leaves.
Wismers Dessert
Origin: Ontario - 1900 Ripens: Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Eating, Sauce
A red apple with white flesh with an aromatic flavor.
Origin: Ripens: Zone: 3 - 6
A joint release of N. Dakota and the R.L. Wodarz family, very sweet
Wolf River
Origin: Wisconsin prior to 1881 Ripens: Sept/Oct Zone: 3 - 6
Uses: Baking, Pies, Sauce
Enormous fruits, often 1 lb. or more, famous for one pie from one fruit. Pale yellow skin almost covered with pale dull red. Soft, tender, creamy white flesh. Mostly used for baking and pies, but in the right climate on sandy soil it becomes a good dessert apple. Resistant to scab, mildew, fire blight and cedar apple rust.
Wynoohe Early
Origin: Ripens: Aug Zone: 4 - 7
Thin skinned, red fruit. Great for fresh eating; skin almost disappears when cooked. Will keep until Christmas when refrigerated.