It is great for pies and baked apples, but most production is used in processing. Available from ON and NB: October – May. Other varieties include: Sunrise, Jonagold, Salish, Nicola, Red Rome, Ginger Gold, Newtown Pippin, Jerseymac, Elstar, Braeburn, Russet, Red Prince, Shamrock, and Sinta. via
Are any apples in season now?
Depending on the variety, apples are available from late July through early November. Gala, Macoun and McIntosh ones are ready to go in September, so start stocking up now. Deep red and golden Macoun apples have a sweeter, tarter flavor; because they're very juicy, they're great for applesauce. via
In what season are apples found?
Normally the apples are ready for harvest from September-October except in the Nilgiris where the season is from April to July. The fruits mature within 130-150 days after the full bloom stage depending upon the variety grown. via
Are Gala apples in season?
Gala apples are grown from May through September in the northern hemisphere, but, like most apples, are available almost all year through the use of cold storage and controlled atmosphere storage. Australian Gala are available from late January. California fruit is available until October. via
Are Granny Smith apples in season?
Granny Smith apples are in season in autumn but are available all year round. via
What apple is the sweetest?
If you think about the apples that you can find frequently at a grocery store, the top sweet apple is Fuji. The sugar levels in a Fuji apple range from 15-18 on average (remember, an apple is mostly made up of water). via
What is the most flavorful apple?
But which apples are the best tasting apples? Some of the best tasting apple varieties are Honeycrisp, Pink Lady, Fuji, Ambrosia, and Cox's Orange Pippin. These varieties are most flavorful when picked at peak ripeness and eaten within a few months of harvest. via
What are the best apples to buy now?
What fruits are in season now?
Fruits in season in July
What are the best climatic conditions for apples?
Even though apple trees can grow in almost any hardiness zone, apples grow best in climates where it's cold in winter, moderate in the summer and has medium to high humidity. They can tolerate winter temperatures as low as negative 40°F. via
What are Gala apples best for?
Sweet, aromatic and highly versatile, Galas rank among the nation's most-popular apple varieties for a reason. They're especially suitable for creating sauces, but you can also add them to salads or serve them baked. For a light fall dessert, try Bobby Flay's Baked Apples with Oatmeal and Yogurt (pictured above). via
Why are they called Gala apples?
Gala apples were discovered in New Zealand in 1934 by orchardist J.H. Kidd. They are a cross between Golden Delicious and Kidd's Orange Red apples. The Royal strain was named after England's Queen Elizabeth II praised the apple! via
Are Gala or Honeycrisp apples sweeter?
Gala apples have a sweet flavor, a good crunch and has been the top apple at Kauffman's Fruit Farm for a few years. Take the Honeycrisp, which has a more complex flavor than a Gala, he says. via
Are apples in season in winter?
Late season or winter apples are great for cooking and are also the best keepers. Most will last through the winter until early spring if chilled at just above 32°F (0°C). Choose apples with tight, smooth, unblemished skin with good color for the variety. Apples should be firm to hard. via
What are summer apples?
Summer apples are an overlooked class of apples that come into season in late July and early August. They've got yellow skins and intense flavors—much more tart and savory than their autumnal counterparts. via
What month are Granny Smith apples ready to pick?
Late season trees, "Granny Smith" apples are harvested in October to January or February, depending upon the climate. In Washington State, apples are generally picked in October. However, in Mediterranean climates with mild winters, fruit often ripens at about the same time as leaf drop. via