OUR APPLES

 

We grow over 60 varieties of apples, including many antique and unusual varieties and well-known, popular apples. Our orchard is home to French and English cider and dessert apples as well as revered American fresh- eating, baking and cider varieties. See complete list below, and come to a farmers’ market to take some home starting in September. During apple season, we are on the Square on Saturdays (Dane County Farmers’ Market), in Central Park on Tuesdays (Eastside Farmers’ Market 4-7 p.m.), and at Edgewood College on Sundays (Monroe Street Farmers’ Market).

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OUR APPLE VARIETIES

 

Adam’s Pearmain

Almata

Ashmead’s Kernel

Baldwin

Bedan


Binet Rouge

Black Oxford

Blue Pearmain

Bramley’s Seedling

Brown’s Apple

Bulmer’s Norman

Calville Blanc d’Hiver

Canadian Strawberry

Cap of Liberty

Chieftain

Chisel Jersey

Cornish Gilliflower

Cortland

Court Pendu Plat

Court Royal

Cox’s Orange Pippin

Dabinett

Duchess of Oldenburg

Egremont Russet

Ellis Bitter

Empire

Esopus Spitzenburg

Fenouillet Gris

Fillbarrel

Foxwhelp

Frequin Rouge

Freyburg

Gala

Garden Royal

Golden Hornet

Goldrush

Golden Russet

Graniwinkle

Grimes Golden

Harrison

Harry Masters Jersey

 

 

Hewe’s Virginia Crab

Holstein

Honeycrisp

Hudson’s Golden Gem

Hyslop Crab

Jonagold

Karmijn de Sonneville

King David

King of Tompkins County

Kingston Black

Liberty

Macintosh

Macoun

Medaille d’Or

Melrose

Mettais

Michelin

Mother

Nehou

Newtown Pippin

Northern Spy

Pomme Gris

Porter's Perfection

Redfield

Red Gravenstein

Reine de Pommes

Ribston Pippin

Rhode Island Greening

Roxbury Russett

Ruby Jon

Somerset Redstreak

Souvenir de Fernand Cognet

Spigold

Stembridge Jersey

Stoke Red

Sweet Coppin

Sweet Sixteen

Tydeman’s Early Red

Wagener

Westfield Seek-No-Further

White Winter Pearmain

Wickson Crab

Wolf River

Virginia Winesap

Vandevere

 

For more information about fruit, trees, or cider, please write or call Henry Morren or visit us at the original Dane County Farmers’ Market from mid-April through November on the Capitol Square.We will also be at the Eastside Farmers’ Market in Central Park from mid-April through November, at the Monroe Street Farmers’Market at Edgewood College from late August through October, and at the DCFM Winter Market at Monona Terrace.

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