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Galarina - Apple Varieties list a - z  Galarina

Description This mid-late season Gala-like apple was developed in France. Fruit resembles Gala, small to medium in size, red to orange red, with some yellow background. Flavor is crisp and sweet and will store up to four months in regular cold storage. The apple will hang up to four weeks after expected harvest with very little stem cracking. Tree is vigorous, hardier than Gala and the growth habit upright-spreading. Galarina shows high tolerance to apple scab, mildew and fire blight.

Gale Gala - Apple Varieties list a - z  Gale Gala

Description One of the new generation of super red Gala sports. Gale Gala was discovered by Wally Gale in his Malaga, Washington Royal Gala orchard. This outstanding sport develops a 90-100% full red color with deep red striping allowing harvest in one or two pickings. Fruit size, firmness, and eating quality is comparable to other Gala sports.

Ginger Gold - Apple Varieties list a - z  Ginger Gold

Description We are pleased and excited to offer this ACN exclusive variety. Discovered as a chance seedling on the orchards of Clyde and Ginger Harvey of Lovingston, VA, this Golden Delicious-type apple ripens six weeks ahead of Golden Delicious and can be harvested the first week of August in Adams County. Ginger Gold exhibits all the qualities of a fall variety and ripens three weeks before McIntosh. The highest quality early season yellow dessert apple available.

Golden Delicious - Apple Varieties list a - z  Golden Delicious

Description A russet resistant selection of the original Golden Delicious. One of the most widely planted apple cultivars worldwide. Fruit is firm, medium to large with the classic Golden Delicious flavor. The tree is spreading, productive, and easy to manage. Fruit thinning is required to maintain annual bearing.

GoldRush - Apple Varieties list a - z  GoldRush

Description Best known for its remarkable keeping qualities (10-11 months) and sweet crisp flavor. GoldRush resists oxidation when cut, making a very yellow sauce or firm crisp slices for baking. Tree shape is slightly upright with a semi-spur habit. Resistant to scab and mildew, with moderate resistance to fire blight. Matures after Fuji, and is not recommended for northern growing districts.

Granny Smith - Apple Varieties list a - z  Granny Smith

Description A late, green, tart apple maturing in early November. Develops a red blush in the Northeast. High quality eating apple with a storage life equal to Fuji.

Grimes Golden - Apple Varieties list a - z  Grimes Golden

Description An old favorite suitable for fresh use, cider and cooking. This variety is medium in vigor, productive and an excellent pollinizer.

Golden Russet - Apple Varieties list a - z  Golden Russet

Golden Russet is usually considered to have the best flavor of all American russet apples. It is an exceptionally versatile apple and was grown in New England on a commercial basis in the 19th century.

Gravenstein - Apple Varieties list a - z  Gravenstein

Gravenstein is a high-quality dual-purpose apple variety, originally from Europe, but well-established in North America. Gravenstein has never achieved great commercial success, but "Gravs" remain extremely popular with apple enthusiasts around the world. The flavor, both for eating fresh and (especially) for cooking is unusually good for such an early-season variety.

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