One of the tartest apples we grow, folks are always surprised when they first taste a fully-ripened Granny Smith from a Northeast apple orchard. They are sour, juicy, and quite different from common supermarket Granny Smith. This Australian variety was first propagated by English emigré Maria Ann Smith, in her orchard in 1868. Here, our cooler weather gives the Granny Smith a unique pinkish blush.
April 14, 2018