Apple harvest commences in February and goes through until May. Our varieties include red delicious, fuji, pink ladies, cameo, royal galas, crimson snow, early fuji and sundowners. The trees are grown on rootstocks bud 9 to 106
The most common variety of apple grown in NSW, the Red Delicious is best for eating fresh. It has a crimson / dark red skin and mildly sweet, creamy white flesh. Use them as a pretty, edible garnish in salads, sandwiches and snacks. Their flesh breaks down easily when cooking and pureeing into sauce or baby food.