Stayman's Winesap Apple (dwarf)

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<p>STAYMAN WINESAP was a seedling of Winesap raised in 1866 by Dr. J. Stayman of Leavenworth, Kansas, it first bore fruit in 1875. It was introduced in 1895 by Stark Bros. and at one time was a major commercial dessert variety in Virginia. It is stil:
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  • Breeding: Winesap X Malus spp.
  • Uses: Eating, Cooking
  • Harvest: March-April
  • Features: stores well
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    ><strong>Beach S.A. et al.</strong> (1903). <em>The Apples of New York, Volume I Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the year 1903.</em> State of New York - Department of Agriculture. Albany: J.B. Lyon Company, 1905.<br /><a hr:
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    STAYMAN WINESAP was a seedling of Winesap raised in 1866 by Dr. J. Stayman of Leavenworth, Kansas, it first bore fruit in 1875. It was introduced in 1895 by Stark Bros. and at one time was a major commercial dessert variety in Virginia. It is still quite widely grown in pick-your-own orchards in that state.

    Medium to large in size, the greenish-yellow skin of the fruit is flushed a dull-red with darker red stripes. The surface is covered with a light russet, and often there is heavy russet in the stem cavity. The white flesh is tinged a greenish-yellow and is firm, tender, and fine-textured. The subacid flavor is distinctive because of its tart and vinous qualities.

    • Pollination Group: PG4, Triploid
    • Breeding: Winesap X Malus spp.
    • Uses: Eating, Cooking
    • Harvest: March-April
    • Features: stores well

     

    References

    Beach S.A. et al. (1903). The Apples of New York, Volume I Report of the New York Agricultural Experiment Station for the year 1903. State of New York - Department of Agriculture. Albany: J.B. Lyon Company, 1905.
    Reference accessed 20/4/20

    Image accessed 20/4/20