Known as one of the best apples to cook and bake with, Granny Smith apples have a distinct tart flavor with a firm, crisp bite. They keep well and freeze well, and they are also one of the few apples that don’t brown quickly once cut. This variety begins ripening in August. .
- Produces medium-to-large green apples with white specks and firm, white flesh
- Bears fruit in 3–5 years
- Ripens between August and September
- Keeps and freezes well
- Is self-fertile, but would produce a larger crop if planted with the same variety
- Can be pollinated with Gala, McIntosh, or Red Delicious