Apple Varieties We Offer
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The Ambrosia is an apple that provides a low acidity but still maintains a sweet flavour. They hold up well when cooked making them great for baking pies, muffins, or cakes and of course eating fresh from the tree.
Cortland are great apples for making desserts such as pies, tarts or crumble. Its sweet flavour and soft texture is the perfect combination for everyone’s favourite part of a meal. Interestingly, their centre is resistant to browning when cut.
As it’s name suggests, this apple has a crunchy/crisp texture. It provides a sweet yet tart flavour that many love so much. Honeycrisp are mainly eaten fresh.
Gala provides a mildly sweet flavour and are great to add on top of a salad, made into applesauce or eaten freshly picked.
The Golden Delicious is, as it’s name suggests, a golden yellow colour. Due to its very sweet flavour this apple is perfect for salads and applesauces.
Red Delicious apples have a sweet yet very mild flavour to them. Their centre does not hold up well when cooked so they are best eaten fresh just as a snack or on a salad.
An Empire apple is generally juicy and sweet with a firm texture. They are great for baking, adding to salad, making sauce or freezing.
These apples, given their firm and juicy nature, are great for baking pies and making sauces.
These apples are not too sweet but not too tart either. They are generally firm but soften up quickly after harvested. They are great for eating fresh as a snack or using for baking, however, once they’re cooked they soften significantly so they are best suited for sauces rather than pies.
These firm apples pack a great balance of not too sweet but not too tart flavour. They are great to eat uncooked or cooked, as well as making cider!
These golden yellow apples are best for eating fresh. They have a mild flavour with a tart finish.
These apples provide a tart flavour with a tender texture making it great for baking or making juice. Due to the fact that they grow best in cooler areas, these apples are popular in Canada!
These apples are considered a good all-purpose apple, supporting all your baking needs as well as snacking needs!
Unlike most apples, the white centre of an Eden apple does not brown when they are cut. This makes them perfect for chopping up on salads or adding a nice side of colour to your meals. They have a crisp texture with a sweet flavour.
These large apples are sweet with a thick skin. These apples are perfect for making sauces or jams.
These are often considered a dessert apple. They have a juicy and firm centre although not considered crisp. They have a mild flavour to them.
These greenish-brown apples provide a sweet and sour tang-like flavour making it stand out from other apples not only with its appearance but it’s unique flavour.
Fuji apples have everything you want/need. They are very juicy, very sweet, and very crisp. They are an ideal apple for snacking on!
The perfect cooking apple is often a greening. Its flavour is enhanced when cooked which is ideal for pies.
Tolman Sweet are yellow apples with russet spots. They are typically smaller than a lot of apples and as their name suggests, provide a sweet flavour making them perfect for baking.
These apples are resilient in colder temperatures, hence their name. This makes them well suited for our northern climate. Their sweet, almost wine-like flavour make them great for making cider! But of course they are also delicious as a snack.
These tender, tart apples come late in the season. Their flavour makes them great for cider making or baking pies.
Much like the Northern Spy, the Nova Spy has a sweet yet tart flavour. They are great for baking!
Mutsu apples are also widely known as Crispen apples. These green coloured apples are sweet with a juicy centre. They are best for making juice, baking or eating fresh.