Color: Red striped

Uses: Baking, fresh eating, cider pressing


Haralson is a cross between Wealthy (also grown on our orchard) and Malinda apple varieties.  It was developed by the University of Minnesota and introduced in 1913.  It is a grandparent of Honeycrisp.

It is firm and juicy (similar texture to Honeycrisp) with a tart flavor.  It bakes well and is a top choice for cider pressing.  It also stores well.