Fruit Fact: Early Harvest, a variety of apples
A very early tart yellow Summer apple, ripens over a longer period of time than yellow transparent. Great as an early cooker but a good dessert apple if you like tart apples.
|Most Common Name:||Early Harvest|
|Species:||malus domestica seedlng|
|Synonyms:||Yellow Juneating, Yellow June, Yellow Harvest|
|Origin:||1700's, seedling from Long Island, New York.|
|Patents or Trademarks:||None|
Description: Small to medium sized pale yellow apple with smooth skin, light reddish-orange blush, has whitish surface specks that darken with fruit maturity.
Flavor and tasting notes: The juicy white flesh is tender yet crisp and has a tangy, rather brisk flavor.
Well adapted to a wide range of climate and soil condition.
Bloom Time Rating: F14
Harvest, storage and consumption:
Ripens June to July, doesn't store well.
Begin of Harvest: mid June
End of Harvest: early July
Stores Until: early Aug
Excellent cooking, brisk for eating but good for those who like a tart apple.
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