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Courtland

Cortlands were first cultivated in 1898, and are named after their birthplace of Cortland County, New York.

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Gala

Gala has a mild, sweet flavour and non-uniform skin.

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Ginger Gold

These have a mild flavour, but are a bit sharper than Golden Delicious.

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Honeycrisp

Honeycrisps are known for their sweetness, firmness, and tartness. It has much larger cells than most apples, which rupture when bitten, filling the mouth with juice.

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MacIntosh

The MacIntosh has red and green skin, tart flavour, and tender white flesh, ripening in late September.

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Paula Red

Paula Red apples are bright red with some yellow and tan spots; the skin has a dusty sheen. They are not too sweet and not too tart, and slightly reminiscent of strawberries.

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Spy

Spy apples have a green flesh with red strips. The white flesh is juicy, crisp and mildly sweet with a sub-acid flavour. They are high in vitamin C, and have a crunchier skin.

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Tydeman Red

Red Havens are great for canning and freezing. They are nearly fuzzless, and have firm, creamy-textured yellow flesh.

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