Info on Varieties

A McIntosh-style apple. The Lobo is crisp, tart and delicious as an eating apple.

Ginger Gold
ginger gold
If the name Ginger Gold is unfamiliar, that's because it is a recent addition to the list of apple varieties. It was discovered growing among the twisted uprooted trees in a Virginia orchard in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Its ancestors are the Golden Delicious and Albermarle Pippin apples.

Toka Plum
toka plum
Medium to large, reddish-bronze fruit has yellow, firm flesh with a rich, spicy flavor. Good for eating fresh or canning.

Usage: In salads and eaten raw by themselves or paired with cheese. Sweet juicy Anjous are perfect for baking into desserts like tarts.