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Hubbardston Apple

Malus domestica 'Hubbardston Nonesuch'
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Hubbardston was a famous and popular  New England apple that produces nice crops of large, excellently flavored apples.  The fruit is hard, crisp, fine-grained, and has a mild, sweet, sprightly, rich flavor.  The skin is mostly red, over a rich yellow background.  It is an excellent winter apple ripening later in the season during October.

Alternate Names:  Hubbardston Nonesuch, American Blush, American Nonpariel, Farmer's Profit, Hubbardston Pippin, Old Town Pippin, Orleans, Van Fleet, John May

Hubbardston was one of the most popular apples in the 19th century.  It originated in Hubbardston, Massachusetts around 1830 and is well suited for moderate climates.

Height
12-15
Spread
10-15
Zone
5-10
Color
Bright red
Categories
Apple--- Heirloom Varieties
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