One of the first known fruits, apples have a significant religious and cultural history. There are over 7500 cultivars of it worldwide. Apples were exclusively raised in Central Asia and Europe at first. The colonists brought apples to the country.
New Zealand Queen apples are a modern variety of Malus Domestica, resulting from a cross between the Gala and Splendor.
RED DELICIOUS APPLES
They are the most widely recognized of all U.S. apple varieties. These sweet, crispy, juicy apples varies in color from striped red to solid midnight red.
Rose is a high-quality dessert apple variety from New Zealand, characterized by the rosy-red color of the exterior, and a unique refreshing, crisp sweet flavo
ROYAL GALA APPLES
Gala is a clonally propagated apple cultivar with mild sweet and vanilla-like flavors and floral aroma.
CRIMSON SNOW APPLES
Crimson Snow, a new branded apple produced in Italy with deep red skin and white flesh, have a tarty?sweet taste and are very crunchy and juicy.
CRIPPS PINK APPLES
Developed in Western Australia, Cripps Pink is a cross of Golden Delicious and Lady Williams. Brisk, autumn nights help bring out its bright, namesake coloring.
Fuji is a cross between Ralls Janet and Red Delicious and is one of the more attractive modern apple varieties.
GRANNY SMITH APPLES
This Australian native was discovered in 1868 as a chance seedling by ?Granny? Anne Smith of Ryde, New South Wales.
Modi apples are a modern variety of Malus domestica developed in Italy and is a cross between the gala and liberty apple.
Pinata apples are a modern variety of Malus Domestica. In 2001, the Pinata apple was named Apple of the Year in Germany, where this apple was developed.
PINK LADY APPLES
Pink Lady Apples, also known by their cultivar name, Cripps Pink, are named because of their reddish-pink blush color. They are sweet-tart apples with high sugars and high acids.