Cortland apples for sale

It’s hard to believe that we are more than half-way through apple picking season. Don’t fret though, there are still some wonderful apples coming into their peak season; we wanted to share a bit of information on Cortland, Empire & Jonathan Apples.

Cortland Apple

When it comes to being a popular apple, Cortland ranks right up there with the best of them; it is among the top 15 most popular apples in the United States. Cortland apples are a cultivar of apple and were first produced at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York in 1898. Cortland apples were named for the nearby Cortland County, New York, and are one of the most commonly produced apples in the state of New York.

It’s easy to understand why a lot of people could confuse this apple with the McIntosh, because Cortland is actually a cross between a McIntosh apple and a Ben Davis apple. The Cortland apple is bright red, with a crisp white flesh that is incredibly juicy with a sweet-tart flavor.

Like the McIntosh, the Cortland is a soft apple, though not quite as soft as a McIntosh; however unlike the McIntosh, the Cortland apple can be used in many ways, from eating, baking, to cooking.

Additionally, the Cortland apple is extremely slow to brown when it is cut, making it another great apple for recipes that call for fresh apples, (think fruit salads or fruit kabobs)

As with all McIntosh varieties, Cortland is at its best when eaten soon after being picked. The sweet-tart flavor will fade quickly, as will its crispness.

Empire Apple

If you are looking for the quintessential red apple, that is perfect to go in the kid’s lunch boxes, as well as on the teacher’s desk, then the Empire apple is the apple you are looking for, if for no other reason than the fact that this is an apple that doesn’t bruise easily.

The Empire apple made its debut at Cornell University in the 1940’s, but were not introduced to the public until 1966. The parents of the Empire apple are the Red Delicious and the McIntosh, which is where it gets it beautiful red color from. The apple was called Empire to pay homage to the state they were created in.

When it comes to taste, you will find the Empire is a sweet apple with a crisp, crunchy taste, and a bright white flesh. Like the Cortland apple above, the Empire apple is another perennial favorite of apple lovers across the nation.

You can roast, bake, or sauté or even dry an Empire Apple. Additionally, because of their crisp texture, they make a great apple for salads. If you choose to use them in a salad, they will stay white longer if you put them in a bowl of water containing two tablespoons of lemon juice first.

Jonathan Apple

The Jonathan apple is an heirloom apple that used to be extremely popular but lost some of its popularity due to all the newer varieties of apples that began to appear on the scene. However, the good news is that heirloom apples are becoming popular all over again, and the Jonathan apple is once again becoming a fall favorite.

Did you know that the Jonathan apple is actually a parent to many varieties of apples, including; Jonamac, Jonafree, and Jonagold?

The Jonathan apple is a medium size apple, that has a thin red skin, with a sweet taste that can often have a tart tang to it. The Jonathan apple is a wonderful apple for fresh eating but also makes for a great freezing as well as cooking apple.

Because the flesh of the apple may break down a bit during cooking, you can pair the Jonathan with other more dense apples such as the Granny Smith, or Fuji for your pie fillings. The Jonathan apple is also a very juicy apple, making this variety of apple the perfect choice for juice and cider.

If you plan on storing the Jonathan apple, you can typically store it for about 3-6 months in the refrigerator.

Did You Know Fact?

Most of the apples we discussed in this blog post contain Vitamins A and C as well trace amounts of folate. They are a good source of both soluble and insoluble fiber, which has been shown to help prevent heart disease and promote healthy digestion. Apples also contain potassium, which may reduce the chances of a stroke, and a trace amount of boron, believed to build bones and to increase mental vitality.

Cortland Apple Tree

One of the first McIntosh crosses, Cortland Apple Tree features that familiar vinous Mac flavor, crimson skin and bright white flesh with a slightly larger fruit than McIntosh. Cortland bears heavily each year and is very popular for fresh eating, especially in salads as the fruit does not brown quickly when exposed to air.

Latin Name: Malus domestica
Site and Soil: All apples like 1/2 day to full sun and well-drained soil.
Rootstock Description: M-7 is considered a semi-dwarf rootstock. Regular apple trees grafted on M-7 rootstock wiill grow 12-16 ft. in height. Crabapples, Columnars, Espaliers, and Combination Apples will be smaller. M-7 is very hardy and adapted to most soils.
Considered a dwarf rootstock, Apple trees on M-26 typically grow 8-12 ft. in height and are usually spaced 8-12 ft. apart. Crabapples and Columnars will likely be smaller. M-26 induces early bearing, usually in 2-3 years after planting, and grows well in most soils, except very wet and poorly drained ones. On windy sites, trees grafted on M-26 may need staking.
Pollination Requirements: All apples need another variety nearby for pollination. Neighboring trees often offer sufficient pollen for good fruit set.
Hardiness: Cortland Apple Tree is hardy to minus 30° F or below.
Bearing Age: 2-3 years after planting
Size at Maturity: 12-16 ft.
Bloom Time: April
Ripening Time: Early August
Yield: 30-50 lbs.
Pests & Diseases: Winter Banana Apple Tree can be affected by Apple Scab although it is considered resistant. Apple Scab is more prevalent in regions with wet springs, like we have in the Pacific Northwest. While it doesn’t seriously affect the eating quality of the fruit, it can cause black spots on the apples and foliage. Apple Scab can be controlled by sulfur and other sprays. Codling Moth can create wormy apples and aphids can damage the foliage of apple trees.
USDA Zone: 4
Sunset Western Zone: 1-9, 14-16
Sunset Northeast Zone: All zones

Why Grow Cortland Apples: Cortland Apple Uses And Facts

What are Cortland apples? Cortland apples are cold hardy apples originating from New York, where they were developed at an agricultural breeding program in 1898. Cortland apples are a cross between Ben Davis and McIntosh apples. These apples have been around long enough to be considered heirlooms that have passed from generation to generation. Read on and learn how to grow Cortland apples.

Why Grow Cortland Apples

The question here should really be why not, as tasty Cortland apple uses abound. The sweet, juicy, slightly tart apples are good for eating raw, cooking, or making juice or cider. Cortland apples work well in fruit salads because the snow white apples are resistant to browning.

Gardeners appreciate Cortland apple trees for their beautiful pink blooms and pure white blossoms. These apple trees set fruit without a pollinator, but another tree in close proximity improves production. Many prefer to grow Cortland apples near varieties such as Golden Delicious, Granny Smith, Redfree or Florina.

How to Grow Cortland Apples

Cortland apples are suitable for growing in USDA plant hardiness zones 3 through 8. Apple trees need six to eight hours of sunlight per day.

Plant Cortland apple trees in moderately rich, well-drained soil. Look for a more suitable planting location if your soil contains heavy clay, fast-draining sand or rocks. You may be able to improve growing conditions by digging in plenty of manure, compost, shredded leaves or other organic material. Incorporate the material to a depth of 12 to 18 inches (30-45 cm.).

Water young apples trees deeply every seven to 10 days during warm, dry weather. Use a drip system or allow a soaker hose to trickle around the root zone. Never overwater – keeping the soil a little on the dry side is preferable to soggy soil. After the first year, normal rainfall usually provides enough moisture.

Don’t fertilize at planting time. Feed apple trees with a balanced fertilizer when the tree begins bearing fruit, usually after two to four years. Never fertilize after July; feeding trees late in the season produces tender new growth that may be nipped by frost.

Thin excess fruit to ensure healthier, better-tasting fruit. Thinning also prevents breakage caused by the weight of a heavy crop. Prune Cortland apple trees annually after the tree is bearing fruit.

Cortland apple

Where to buy trees

The following tree nurseries offer Cortland apple trees for sale:

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Where to buy fresh fruit

United States

  • Arizona

    • Beatty’s Orchard, Hereford
  • California

    • Riley’s at Los Rios Rancho, Yucaipa
  • Colorado

    • Gott Bro’s Orchard & Produce, L.L.C., Ignacio
    • Masonville Orchard, Fort Collins
  • Connecticut

    • Allyn’s Red Barn, Ledyard
    • Averill Farm, Washington Depot
    • Bishop’s Orchard, Guilford
    • Bordeaux Farm, Somers
    • Country Corners Farm, Griswold
    • Ellsworth Hill Orchard & Berry Farm, LLC, Sharon
    • Emerald Green Farm & Gardens, Wallingford
    • Irish Bend Orchard, Somers
    • Lyman Orchards, Middlefield
    • Norton Brothers Fruit Farms, Cheshire
    • Palazzi Orchard, East Killingly
    • Scott’s Yankee Farmer, East Lyme
    • Seek No Further Orchard, Hebron
    • Staehly Farms, East Haddam
  • Idaho

    • BYU-Idaho Apple Orchard Museum, Rexburg
  • Illinois

    • All Seasons Apple Orchard, Woodstock *** Feature Orchard ***
    • Christ Orchard, Elmwood
    • Curtis Orchard & Pumpkin Patch, Champaign
    • Jonamac Orchards, Malta
    • Kuipers Family Farm, Maple Park
    • Lang’s Orchard, Woodstock
    • Liberty Apple Orchard, Edwardsville
    • Meadowmoor Orchard, Woodstock
    • Okaw Valley Orchard, Sullivan
    • Orchard Ridge Farms, Rockton
    • Plank Road Apple Orchard, Sycamore
    • Pleasant Row Orchard, Cuba
    • Prairie Sky Orchard, Union
    • Royal Oak Farm and Fruit Orchard, Harvard *** Feature Orchard ***
    • Tanner’s Orchard, Speer
    • Valley Orchard, Cherry Valley
    • Woodstock Country Orchard, Woodstock
  • Indiana

    • Anderson Orchard, Mooresville
    • Apple of His Eye, Anderson
    • Apple Works, Trafalgar
    • Beasley’s Orchard and Gardens, Danville
    • Bruick Brothers Produce / Advanced Tree Technology, New Haven
    • Cook’s Orchard, Fort Wayne
    • County Line Orchard, Hobart
    • Deer Creek Orchard, Galveston
    • Ditzler Orchard, Rosedale
    • Doud’s Countyline Orchard, Wabash
    • Dougherty Orchards, Cambridge City
    • G. W. Stroh Orchards, Angola
    • Garwood Orchards, LaPorte
    • Goley’s Orchard, Madison
    • Kercher’s Sunrise Orchards Farm Market, Goshen
    • Lee’s Orchard, Columbus
    • McClure’s Orchard, Peru
    • Melton’s Orchard and Country Market, Bloomington
    • Mowry’s Fruit Farm, Crown Point
    • Orchard Hill Farms, Kendallville
    • Pleasant View Orchard, Fairland
    • Radke’s Orchards, Michigan City
    • Schafer Orchards, Princeton
    • Tuttle Orchards, Greenfield
    • Villa Orchard, Batesville
    • Whiteland Orchard, Whiteland
  • Iowa

    • Allen’s Orchard, Marion
    • Appleberry Farm, Marshalltown
    • Applecart Orchard, Vinton
    • Apples on the Avenue, Nashua
    • Berry Patch Farm, Nevada
    • Blueridge Orchard, Denver
    • Center Grove Orchard, Cambridge
    • Community Orchards, Fort Dodge
    • Deal’s Orchard, Jefferson
    • East View Orchard, Fredericksburg
    • Gravert’s Apple Basket Orchard, Sabula
    • Hillside Orchard, Newell
    • Iowa Orchard, Urbandale
    • Smalls Fruit Farm, Mondamin
    • Storybook Orchard, Story City
    • The Big Apple Orchard, Mount Vernon
    • Timeless Prairie Orchard, Winthrop
    • Wilson’s Orchard, Iowa City
  • Kentucky

    • Evans Orchard & Cider Mill, Georgetown
    • Helton Orchard, Salyersville
    • Hinton’s Orchard & Farm Market, Hodgenville
    • Reed Valley Orchard, Paris
  • Maine

    • Circle B Farms, Caribou
    • Conant Orchards, Etna
    • Eden Acres Family Farm, East Waterboro
    • Hooper’s Orchard, Monroe
    • Hope Orchards, Hope
    • Megquier Hill Orchard (formerly Goss), Otisfield
    • North Chester Orchard, Chester
    • Pietree Orchard, Sweden
    • Pine View Orchard, Berwick
    • Roberts’ Orchard, Poland
    • Shalom Organic Orchard & Winery, Franklin
    • Sweetser’s Apple Barrel and Orchards, Cumberland Center
  • Maryland

    • Lewis Orchards and Farm Market, Cavetown
  • Massachusetts

    • Arcadian Farms, Holliston
    • Atkins Farms, Amherst
    • Autumn Hill Orchards, Groton
    • Bartlett’s Orchard, Richmond
    • Berlin Orchards, Berlin
    • Bird of the Hand Farm, Sterling
    • Bolton Orchards, Bolton
    • Bolton Spring Farm, Bolton
    • Brooksby Farm, Peabody
    • C.N. Smith Farm, East Bridgewater
    • Carver Hill Orchards, Stow
    • Charlton Orchard, Inc., Charlton
    • Cider Hill Farm, Amesbury
    • Clarkdale Fruit Farms, Deerfield
    • Cooks Farm Orchard, Brimfield
    • Doe Orchards, Harvard
    • Drew Farms, Westford
    • Echo Hill Orchards and Winery, Monson
    • Fairmount Fruit Farm, Franklin
    • Green River Farms, Williamstown
    • Headwater Cider, Hawley
    • Hillbrook Orchards, Groton
    • Hilltop Orchards, Richmond
    • Hyland Orchard Inc., Fiskdale
    • Mann Orchards, Methuen
    • Marino Lookout Farm, South Natick
    • Marshall Farm, Fitchburg
    • Meadowbrook Orchards, Sterling
    • Nicewicz Farm, Bolton
    • Old Frog Pond Farm, Harvard
    • Park Hill Orchard, Easthampton
    • Parker’s Orchard, Westborough
    • Parlee Farms, Tyngsboro
    • Peters Family Orchards and Cider Mill, Acushnet
    • Phil’s Apples, Harvard
    • Ragged Hill Orchard, West Brookfield
    • Red Apple Farm, Phillipston
    • Russell Orchards, Ipswich
    • Sholan Farms, Leominster
    • Stowe Farm Orchard, Millbury
    • The Country Apple at Marshall Farm, Fitchburg
    • Tougas Family Farm, Northborough
    • Westward Orchards, Harvard
    • Wheel-View Farm, Shelburne
    • Wojcik Farm, Blackstone
  • Michigan

    • (A.W.) Overhiser Orchards, South Haven
    • Alber’s Orchard & Cider Mill, Manchester
    • Bayne’s Apple Valley Farm, Freeland
    • Bennett’s Orchard, Ottawa Lake
    • Bintz Cider Mill and Apple Farm, Freeland
    • Crane’s U-Pick, Fennville
    • Elliotts Orchard, Bellaire
    • Erwin Orchards U-Pick & Cider Mill, South Lyon
    • Friske Orchards & Farm Market, Ellsworth
    • Grand View Orchard, Hudsonville
    • Granny’s Orchard, Eaton Rapids
    • Hildebrand Fruit Farms, Berrien Springs
    • Husted Farm Market and Cider Mill, Kalamazoo
    • Jacques Orchard, Hemlock
    • Klackle Orchards, Greenville
    • Knaebe’s “Mmmunchy Krunchy” Apple Farm Cider Mill, Rogers City
    • Koan’s Orchard, Flushing
    • Leaman’s Green Applebarn, Freeland
    • Lewis Farm Market & Petting Farm, New Era
    • Long Family Orchard and Farm, Commerce
    • Markillie Orchard and Cider Mill, Howell
    • McCartney Farm, Sodus
    • Miller Family Orchard, Vassar
    • Miller’s Big Red Apple Orchard, Washington Twp
    • Moelker Orchards & Farm Market, Grand Rapids
    • Orchard Hill Farm, Caledonia
    • Pankiewicz Cider Mill & Farm Market, Casco
    • Phillips Orchards & Cider Mill, Saint Johns
    • Porter’s Orchard Farm Market & Cider Mill, Goodrich
    • Rennhack Orchards, Hart
    • Robinette’s Apple Haus and Winery, Grand Rapids
    • Schultz Fruitridge Farms, Mattawan
    • Springhope Farm, Galien
    • Tompkins’ Orchard and Country Store, Vassar
    • Uncle John’s Cider Mill & Fruit House Winery, St. Johns
    • Uptegraff’s Orchard, Davison
    • VerHage Fruit Farms, Kalamazoo
    • Westview Farm, Mattawan
  • Minnesota

    • Aamodt’s Apple Farm and Bakery, Stillwater
    • Afton Apple Orchard, Hastings
    • Apple Jack Orchards, Delano
    • Apple Tree-O, Delano
    • Big Woods Orchard, Winona
    • Center Creek Orchard, Fairmont
    • Dassel Hillside Farm, Dassel
    • Dayton Avenue Orchard, Adrian
    • Fireside Orchard and Gardens, Northfield
    • Fischer’s Croix Farm Orchard, Hastings
    • Lucking’s Cannon Valley Orchard, Cannon Falls
    • Minnesota Harvest, Jordan
    • Minnetonka Orchards, Minnetrista
    • Montgomery Orchards, Montgomery
    • Nelson’s Apple Farm, Webster
    • Novak’s Orchards, LLC, Woodbury
    • Nystrom Orchard, Worthington
    • Orchard on the Bluff, Franconia Township
    • Pleasant Valley Orchard, Taylors Falls
    • Southwind Orchards, Dakota
    • Straight River Farm, Faribault
    • Two Fruit’s Fruits, Hinckley
    • White Barn Orchard, Northfield
    • Woods’ Edge Apples, Buffalo
  • Missouri

    • Blue Heron Orchard, Canton
    • Centennial Farms, Augusta
    • Purple Gate Farm, Highlandville
  • Montana

    • O’Farrell Orchards, Bigfork
    • Ross Orchards, Fromberg
  • Nebraska

    • Degroot Orchards, Madison
    • Trees, Shrubs & More, Inc., Bellevue
  • New Hampshire

    • Alyson’s Apple Orchard, Walpole
    • Apple Annie, Brentwood
    • Applecrest Farm Orchards, Hampton Falls
    • Appleview Orchard, Pittsfield
    • Butternut Farm LLC, Farmington
    • Carter Hill Orchard, Concord
    • Demeritt Hill Farm, Lee
    • Gould Hill Farm, Contoocook
    • Hackleboro Orchards, Canterbury
    • Hatches Orchard, Center Conway
    • Hetnar Orchard Inc., Epping
    • Lull Farm, Hollis
    • McLeod Brothers Orchard, Milford
    • Old Ciderpress Farm, Westmoreland
    • Richardson’s Farm, Boscawen
    • Smith Orchard, Belmont
    • Stone Brook Hill Farm, Gilford
    • Stonybrook Farm, Gilford
  • New Jersey

    • Apgar Cider Press, Phillipsburg
    • Beemerville Orchards, Sussex
    • Delicious Orchards, Colts Neck
    • Lee Turkey Farm, Hightstown
    • Longmeadow Farm, Hope
    • Mackeys Orchard, Belvidere
    • Mood’s Farm Market, Mullica Hill
    • Mountain Top Orchard, Glen Gardner
    • Parks Farms, Chester
    • Peaceful Valley Orchards, Pittstown
    • Pochuck Valley Farms Market and deli, Glenwood
    • Race’s Farm Market, Blairstown
    • Riamede Farm, Chester
    • Russo’s Fruit & Vegetable Farm, Inc., Tabernacle
    • Schober Sons, Inc., Monroeville
    • Stoneyfield Orchards, Belvidere
    • Strawberry Hill Farm, Chesterfield
    • Terhune Orchards, Princeton
    • Tree-Licious Orchards, Port Murray
  • New Mexico

    • Cadwallader Mountain Farms, Mountain Park
  • New York

    • Albany Apple Guy: Purveyor of Rare & Exotic Apples, Castleton
    • Apple Barrel Orchards, Penn Yan
    • Apple Ridge Orchards, Warwick
    • Applewood Orchards, Warwick
    • Bellinger’s Apple Orchard, Fultonville
    • Bidwell Orchards, Fort Plain
    • Billy Bob’s Orchard, Putnam Station
    • Black Diamond Farm, Trumansburg
    • Borden’s Orchard, Schaghticoke
    • Bowman Orchards, Rexford
    • Critz Farms, Cazenovia
    • Dr. Davies Farm, Congers
    • Everett Orchards, Plattsburgh
    • Exelsior Farms, Kent
    • Fishkill Farms, Hopewell Junction
    • G and S Orchards, Macedon
    • Goold Orchards, Castleton on Hudson
    • Grisamore Farms, Locke
    • Hathaway Farms LLC, Ripley
    • Hopedale Farm, Hudson
    • Hurds Family Farm, Modena
    • Indian Ladder Farms Inc., Altamont
    • Lone Maple Farm, Binghamton
    • LoveApple Farms, Ghent
    • Masker Fruit Farms Inc., Warwick
    • Mead Orchards LLC, Tivoli
    • Miller’s Apples, Dunkirk
    • Minards Family Farm, Clintondale
    • Morgan Farms LLC, Marion
    • Northern Orchard Co Inc., Peru
    • Ontario Orchards Farm, Market & Cider Mill, Sterling
    • Oriole Orchards, Red Hook
    • Prospect Hill Orchards, Milton
    • Rose Hill Farm, Red Hook
    • Rulfs Orchard, Peru
    • Samascott Orchard, Kinderhook
    • Seven Ponds Orchard, Water Mill
    • Smith’s Orchard Cider Mill, Lockport
    • Soons Orchards Inc., New Hampton
    • Spring Wagon Orchards, Penn Yan
    • Stone Ridge Orchard, Stone Ridge
    • Trapani Farm LLC, Milton
    • Weed Orchards, Marlboro
    • Whittier Fruit Farm, Rochester
    • Windy Hill Orchard & Farm Market, Cassville
  • North Carolina

    • Creasman Farms, Hendersonville
    • DH Orchards, Moravian Falls
    • Mountain Fresh Apples, Hendersonville
    • Skytop Orchards, Flat Rock
  • Ohio

    • Apple Hill Orchards, Mansfield
    • Arrowhead Orchard, Paris
    • Bauman Orchards, Rittman
    • Beckwith Orchards, Cider Mill and Gift Shop, Kent
    • Burnham Orchards, Berlin Heights
    • Eshleman Fruit Farm, Clyde
    • Fuhrmann Orchards, Wheelersburg
    • Granville Orchard, Granville
    • Hidden Hills Orchard, Marietta
    • Hoen’s Orchard and Market, Delta
    • Hucks Orchard, South Charleston
    • Hugus Fruit Farm, Rushville
    • Johnston Fruit Farms, Swanton
    • Legend Hills Orchard, Utica
    • Lynd Fruit Farm, Pataskala
    • M & M Orchard, Ashtabula
    • Monroe’s Orchard & Farm Market, LLC, Hiram
    • Moreland Fruit Farm, Wooster
    • Ochs Fruit Farm, Lancaster
    • Reese’s Orchard, Lancaster
    • Richardson Farms, Medina
    • Sunrise Farm Market, Garden & Gift, Burton
    • Tüken’s Farm Market and Orchard, West Alexandria
    • Votaw Farms, Pioneer
    • West Orchards, Perry
  • Pennsylvania

    • Andrews Farm Market, Saint Thomas
    • Apple Castle, New Wilmington
    • Boyer Orchards, New Paris
    • Brown’s Orchards & Farm Market, Loganville
    • County Line Orchard, Kempton
    • Dries Orchards, Sunbury
    • Emerald Cider Mill, Slatington
    • Flinchbaugh’s Orchard and Farm Market, Hellam
    • Godfrey Run Farm, LLC, Lake City
    • Gray Wolf Plantation, New Oxford
    • Gray’s Apple Ridge Orchard, Jonestown
    • Gulicks Fruit Farm, Bangor
    • Half Crown Hill Orchard, McDonald
    • Hollabaugh Brothers, Biglerville
    • Kistaco Farm, Apollo
    • Klim Orchard, Lake Ariel
    • Masonic Village Farm Market, Elizabethtown
    • McConnells’ Farm, Aliquippa
    • Meadowhawk Farm, Millerstown
    • Miles Orchard (Miles Farm Produce), Coudersport
    • Northrop’s Apple Acres, Lake City
    • Orton’s Fruit Farm, North East
    • Pappy’s Orchard, Coopersburg
    • Paulus Orchards, Dillsburg
    • Rocky Ridge Orchards, Kane
    • Shady Brook Farm, Yardley
    • Shanesville Fruit Farm, Boyertown
    • Shaw Orchards, Stewartstown
    • Shenot Farm, Wexford
    • Soergel’s Orchards, Wexford
    • Strites’ Orchard, Harrisburg
    • Taggart’s Orchard, Washington
    • Townsend Brother’s Fruit Farm, Spring Church
    • Weaver’s Orchard, Morgantown
  • Rhode Island

    • Appleland Orchard, LLC, Greenville
    • Barden Family Orchard, North Scituate
    • Dame Farm & Orchards, Johnston
    • Rocky Brook Orchard, Middletown
    • Steere Orchard, Greenville
    • Young Family Farm, Little Compton
  • South Dakota

    • Country Apple Orchard, Harrisburg
    • Hoversten Orchards LTD, Brandon
    • Krause Family Orchard & Nursery Inc., Glenham
  • Utah

    • Paradise Valley Orchard, Paradise
    • Zollinger Fruit & Tree Farm, Inc, Logan
  • Vermont

    • Outback Orchard, Florence
    • Seven Saplings Farm, Richford
    • Terry’s Orchard, Bennington
    • Woodman Hill Orchard, Vergennes
  • Virginia

    • Ayers Orchards, Cana
    • Showalter’s Orchard & Greenhouse, LLC, Timberville
    • Virginia Farm Market, Winchester
  • Wisconsin

    • Bauer’s Apple Shed, Hortonville
    • Door Creek Orchard, Cottage Grove
    • Ecker’s Apple Farm, Trempealeau
    • Hillside Apples, Casco
    • Maple Ridge Orchard, Cashton
    • Nature’s Select Orchard, Turtle Lake
    • Orchard Store at Old Homestead, Franksville
    • Peck & Bushel Fruit Company, Town of Erin/City of Colgate
    • Pleasant View Orchard, Niagara
    • Rim’s Edge Orchard, Germantown
    • Roo’s Apple Orchard, Omro
    • Rush River Orchard and Bakery, Ellsworth
    • Sacia Orchards, Galesville *** Feature Orchard ***
    • Silver Creek Orchards, Merrill

Canada

  • British Columbia

    • Apple Luscious Organic Orchards, Salt Spring Island
    • Dragonfly Farm, Salt Spring Island
    • Ravenskill Orchards, Gabriola Island
    • Salt Spring Apple Company, Salt Spring Island
  • New Brunswick

    • Verger Belliveau Orchard, Memramcook
  • Nova Scotia

    • Elderkin’s Farm Market, Greenwich
    • Sarsfield Farms Inc., Canning
  • Ontario

    • Blue Dog Orchards, Clear Creek
    • DeVries Fruit Farm, Fenwick
    • Dixie Orchards, Caledon
    • Kilmarnock Orchard, Jasper
    • Moore Orchards, Cobourg
    • Mountain Orchards, Mountain
    • Organics Farm, Markham
    • Rural Route Orchard, Halton Hills
    • T & K Ferri Orchards, Clarksburg
    • Waddell Apples, Kingston
  • Quebec

    • Les Vergers de la Colline, Ste-Cécile de Milton

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About Cortland Apple Tree…

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We are happy to bring this famous and delectable New York State variety to you. Developed in Geneva at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in the early 1900’s, this self-fruitful cross between McIntosh and Ben Davis apple is a favorite of cooks and orchardists alike. The Cortland is sweet and lightly tart at peak ripeness. Its brilliant red color is sometimes accompanied by light yellow streaks and green specks, a deep contrast compared to the fruits stark white, tender flesh. Amazingly, the flesh retains its white after slicing.
The Cortland apple makes a wonderful presentation whether on salads, fruit trays, or fresh out of your lunch box. It is also a prized cooking apple, most often used in pies, breads, and applesauce. The Cortland Apple Tree requires 800-1,000 chill hours and will serve as a good pollinator for Red Gravenstein, McIntosh, and Honeycrisp apples. The Cortland Apple Tree is ready for harvest between September and October, just in time for a warm apple pie on a cool, crisp fall day.

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