Name Available Common Uses
Gala Early
September
Sweet, aromatic and have a rich full flavor. They are best used fresh out of hand or in salads. They are just the right size to tuck into a pocket or purse.
McIntosh Early
September
Good for eating fresh, as a dessert apple, or cooking.  It's excellent for apple sauce.
Honeycrisp Early
September
Premium apple. Mildly sweet, slightly aromative and explosively crisp. Fast becoming America's favorite apple.
Cortland Early
September
Mild, white-fleshed apple that is great for eating fresh, dessert, or cooking. Great for fruit plates because it doesn't turn brown quickly. We think it's the best apple for apple sauce.
Jonathan Mid-
September
Mild, sweet and juicy. They are America's favorite snacking apple. They are great fresh, in salads, when used as garnishes or in fruit trays.
Empire Mid-
September
A cross between McIntosh and Red Delicious.  Its distinctive flavors makes it great for eating fresh or for a dessert apple.
Golden Delicious Late-
September to
Early
October
Rich mellow flavor and a tender skin.  They are considered the preferred "all purpose" cooking apple, because they retain their shape and taste rich when baked or cooked. These apples are wonderful for salads and fresh eating. They also are considered the best apple choice for cider.
Red Delicious Late-
September to
Early
October
These sweet, popular apples are crisp with a resounding "crunch" when eaten.
Jonagold Early
October
A cross between Jonathan and Golden Delicious.  Excellent for eating fresh and as a dessert apple
Northern Spy Early
October
Excellent for cooking.  Has a distinctively aromatic sweet/tart taste which many love for eating fresh.  (It's a favorite apple at Curran's Orchard!)
Blushing Gold Mid-
October
A spicy tasting relative of the Golden Delicious.  Great for eating fresh, dessert, or cooking.
Rome Beauty Mid-
October
Primarily a cooking apple.  Magic seems to happen when this apple is cooked -- its spicy flavor is enhanced in the baking process. It is one of the best choices for baked apples.
Granny Smith Late
October
Tart and crisp. They are excellent for salads and fresh eating. Their tangy flavor comes through when baked and sautéed.