Tart and juicy, great for baking and sauces! Sold Out!
Ripening Mid October
Sweet to tart apple, great for fresh eating. Can be used in pies and chunky sauces.
Large, crisp and firm. A tart flavour, excellent for pies and baked apples.
Crisp and juicy, excellent fresh eating.
A Jonathan/McIntosh Cross. Crisp and firm, good for fresh eating, pies, and applesauce
Ripening Late September
Ripening Mid September
Crisp and juicy, excellent for fresh eating. Great for salads.
McIntosh/Red Delicious cross. Juicy, firm, crisp. Tasty and keeps well, good for eating and baking.
A tart apple, mainly grown in Nova Scotia. Great for baking
Mildly tart, sweetens as it ripens. Excellent for fresh eating, sauces, and baking (cooks soft)
A tasty heritage apple, good fresh eating.
Ripening Late August
Ripening Early October
McIntosh/Jersey Black cross. Distinctive taste and firm texture. Great for fresh eating.
Golden Delicious/Jonathan cross. Cream coloured flesh, sweet and firm. Excellent for eating and cooking.
Homestead Orchards planted its first apple trees in 1989, and we now grow over twenty varieties. In season, all of our apple varieties are available fresh picked in our store, and some are also available on our accessible Pick Your Own Orchard (PYO).
Mildly sweet and crisp, resists browning. Excellent for fresh eating and salads. Keeps shape when baked.
Ripening Early September
Excellent for fresh eating and pie filling; a firm sweet apple.
Sweet, tangy and hard, great for eating. Can be used for pies and sauces. One of Ontario's oldest varieties.
Very tart, crisp and firm. Great for eating, can be used for cooking.
Tart apple, excellent for eating or baking. Stores very well.
Crisp and juicy, excellent fresh eating. Resists browning.
Firm, sweet and juicy. Excellent fresh eating. Not recommended for baking.
Sweet, firm and juicy, keeps shape when baked. Great for fresh eating or baking.