Item Synonyms Description
Saarlandor Mostapfel
Saint Edmund's Pippin Also known as Saint Edmund's Russet. An old classic English dessert apple that ranks among the best for fresh eating. It originated with a Mr. R. Harvey of Suffolk, England, and was recognized as a high quality fruit by the Royal Horticultural Society in 1875. Though not attractive with thin, scaly, patches of russet, the flavor has been described as being like pear flavored vanilla ice cream. Fruit is yellow-gold with large, diffuse patches of light brown russet. Cream-colored flesh is rich, juicy, and sweet. Ripens September to October.
Saint Edmund's Russet Synonym for Saint Edmund's Pippin
Saint Everard One of the more unusual Cox-derived apples, Saint Everard is the result of Cox pollinated by a well-regarded old English variety, Margil. As might be expected it has a high quality aromatic flavour. However it suffers from the cultural difficulties of Cox's Orange Pippin and did not achieve commercial success.
Salem Cider Medium sized, round, greenish-yellow, crisp apple with an excellent cider taste. Seedling found in a fencerow North of Salem, OR about 1993.
Sally Apple
Sally Gray
Salome It has a very good flavor, but its relatively small size and poor color contributed to its general lack of popularity. Fruit is medium to small, conical, and often ribbed. The smooth, tough yellow skin is mottled and blushed with pinkish-red and carmine striping. The yellowish flesh is firm, fine-grained, crisp, and juicy. Ripens in November.
Saltcote Pippin
Sam Young A small, globular, flattened little fall dessert apple of the most delicous flavor. The skin is yellow with red stripes and dots and streaks of russet. The flesh is yellowish white and crisp. An anchient Irish apple first made known to British pomologists in 1820. Sometimes the skin cracks, although not seriously. Very short stout stem. Sometimes dull russeted green skin. good for culinary, fair for fresh eating.
Sandow Similarity to its parent Northern Spy. Creamy flesh color and long keeping quality, but it has a fuller flavor, is hardier, and redder and less troubled by scab. Bright scarlet stripes and flush. Sweet, juicy melting flesh; definite flavor of raspberries. Quality very high. Aromatic, juicy and crisp.
San Jacinto Excellent variety for warmer climates and praised as one of the best varieties for north Texas, New Mexico and Kansas. Fruit is large, oblong to slightly conical with pale yellow skin, covered with a deep orange to reddish blush and overlaid with darker red nearly covering the entire apple. The crisp yellow flesh is juicy and refreshing. Ripens July
San Juan
Sansa Red, medium large. Sweet with acid. Resembles Gala flavor.
Sans Pareil An English apple variety from the Victorian era, or possibly earlier, with a good flavour, deserves to be more widely grown.
Santana A modern apple from the Netherlands, with a pleasant vinous flavour and bred specifically for reduced levels of proteins which can cause allergic reactions for some people.
Sapora A modern apple variety developed in France, related to Rubinette.
Sarry Sinap
Saturn An excellent modern English apple variety, developed at the famous East Malling research station.
Sauer Grauich
Scarlet Beauty
Scarlet Crofton A small to medium, flattish apple, orange-yellow with a brilliant scarlet flush, sometimes solid scarlet, always overlaid with a singular network of russet veins and conspicuous dots. The flesh is crisp and juicy. Rich sugary flavor. Never becomes mealy. Grown since Elizabethan times.
Scarlet Gala Unusually bright red color distinguishes it from other Galas. It is a medium sized apple. Oval to round in shape and slightly taller than other strains. Flesh is yellow, extremely firm, very juicy, and sweet and mildly aromatic.
Scarlet Nonpareil Fruit is medium sized, round, narrowing towards the apex, regularly and handsomely shaped. Skin is yellowish on the shaded side, streaked with pale red, but covered with red, which is streaked with deeper red, on the side next the sun, and covered with patches of russet and large russety specks. Flesh, yellowish white, firm, juicy, rich, and sugary. Cells, elliptical or ovate; axile, slit. A very excellent dessert apple of first-rate quality; it is in use from January to March. The tree is hardy, a good grower, though slender in its habit, and an excellent bearer.
Scarlet Ohara
Scarlet Pearmain S T P
Scarlet Pimpernel
Scarlet Pippin Very attractive medium sized round dessert apple. White, firm, crisp, melting flesh. Juicy and mildly subacid with good flavor.
Scarlet Surprise This is a trademarked name for Bill's Red Fleshed apple. It also goes by Firecracker, another trademarked name. One of the most striking examples of a red-fleshed apple variety. The red tendency dominates this apple, with not only the skin and flesh but also the leaves, wood, and blossoms all having a very pronounced red stain to them.
Scarlett O'Hara Fruit is round-conic, full blushed red, sweet and juicy. Hangs extremely well to the tree and sugars increase greatly until early October.
Schell Fruit is medium-sized, round, and occasionally lobed. Skin is clear yellow, sometimes with a pink blush on the sunny side. The fine-grained yellow flesh is crisp, juicy, and very aromatic. Ripens September to October.
Schmidtberger Reinette Medium sized fruit is green, flushed and striped red. Sweet-sharp, aromatic flesh.
Schoharie Spy
Schone Aus Herenhut
Schoner Aus Itzstedt
Schoner Aus Miltenberg
Schoolhouse Red
Schwitzer Himbeerapfel
Scifresh A synonym for Jazz.
Scotch Bridget A reliable Scottish cooking apple that is also widely-grown in north-west England.
Scotch Dumpling An early-ripening culinary apple, which cooks to a frothy puree.
Scotts Winter Vermont seedling, Red, Flesh tinged with yellow, sometimes stained with red. Very juicy, somewhat tart in early part of season, becoming milder toward season’s end. Tree bears at a young age. Midseason
Scottys Prolific (Prolific) small 2 1/4 inches across, pale yellow sometimes with a very light red blush, very mild tart flavor, crisp fine grained flesh, turns mealy after a few weeks in the refrigerator, bears early and abundantly, regular bearing. Discovered in a fencerow in Salem, OR, Ripens August 30
Scrumptious A new early-season English dessert apple, with very good flavour.
Seaeonk Sweeting
Secor Salome X Jonathan, striped red, Keeps well until Spring. Juicy, good flavor and texture. late season
Seestermuher Zitronenapfel
Segleo Pirus
Sekai Ichi Color of fruit varies form pale pink to darker red with red stripes. Sometimes solid red in the sun. Crisp, breaking, juicy flesh. Very sweet fine mild flavor.
Sellers Sweet
Selser Red
Senator A flattish round, medium size apple. Almost solid red over green background with prominent white or russet dots. Tender, crisp, juicy flesh. Most refreshing flavor.
Senshu This Fuji-type apple has a wonderful sweet flavor with a crisp, juicy texture. Pink stripe over green. Small to medium fruit, round to oblate.
Sensyu A synonym for Senshu.
September Ruby
September Wonder Fuji Blush. Approximates flavor of Fuji in spite of much shorter growing season.
Sergeant Russet Golden Delicious
Severnii Bujon
Severny Sinap
Shackleford Coal
Shamrock Medium size fruit is very similar in appearance to Granny Smith. Flesh is creamy light green and has a coarse texture with a sprightly flavor similar to McIntosh.
Shaphran Letnij
Sharleston Pippin
Sharon Yellow fruit striped with red. Flesh sweet, soft & juicy. Can lack acidity and taste woody. Generally similar to McIntosh, but sweeter and firmer. High quality.
Shaw Ribston
Shay The red elongated fruit is crisp, sweet, and great for fresh eating.
Sheepnose A synonym for Black Gilliflower.
Sheepnose Bellflower
Sheepnose Delicious
Sheepnose Sweet
Shell of Alabama From Alabama, good write up in Calhoun’s book
Shenandoah Quite similar to its parent Opalescent, and a pleasant sweet apple in its own right
Sheppards Sweet
Sherrington Norman hard Cider
Shiawassee Yellow fruit covered with red flush and darker streaks. Crisp, juicy, aromatic, subacid flavor.
Shinibalt (Packistan)
Shin Indo
Shinning Pippin
Shinsei Resembles Golden Delicious but harder. Medium size, round, greenish yellow fruit. Firm, fine grained white flesh. Very sweet, scented, crisp & juicy.
Shizuka Same parentage as Mutsu (Crispin). Large. Yellow with red-orange blush. Sweeter with less acid than Mutsu (not necessarily preferable), but excellent flavor.
Shockley Sweet apple with a very complex, spicy flavor and a hard breaking texture. Circa 1852, originally from Georgia and somehow connected to a man named Shockley. Ripens in mid-October
Shockley Cantrell Yellow skin flushed brownish red, streaked pink with crisp flesh an a sweet flavor. It is one of the best if not the very best winter keeper. Anyone who has tasted Shockley apple preserves will tell you there isnothing like them.
Shockley Grizzle Greenish yellow skin flushed brownish red, and streaked with pink, crisp flesh is sweet and rich. The season is late and is a very good keeper.
Shoemaker Apple from South Carolina possibly originating from Germany
Short One
Siberian Crab Red Flesh
Siberian Glow
Sierra Beauty Large blocky handsome apple. Greenish yellow skin. Striped or blushed with red. Juicy very crisp moderately sweet flesh.   Rich, tart, sprightly flavor. Excellent for eating fresh or cooking. Good keeper.
Signe Tillisch
Silken Medium size. Cream colored translucent. No blush or stripe pattern. Very clear, no visible lenticels. Crisp, juicy, excellent flavor. Short season, not a keeper.
Silver Cup
Simson (10-35)
Singe Tillisch
Sin Qua Non
Sinta Medium sized fruits are pale yellow, sometimes almost white with a pinkish blush in the sun. Crisp, juicy, deep cream flesh; sweet, aromatic flavor superior to either parent.
Sir Isaac Newton's Tree The tree under which the famous scientist gained the inspiration for his theory of gravitation.
Sir Prize Large greenish yellow fruit. High quality, but very thin tender skin that bruises easily. Very sweet, scented taste, crisp & juicy.
Skinner's Seedling Greenish-yellow apple, blushed pink, good for cooking and eating. Flesh white and fine-grained.
Skov Foged
Skyrmes Kernel
Skyview Rootstock sprout from a grafted crabapple. medium-large, red, tangy, melting flesh. Does not keep. September 25.
Slava Pobeditelyam
Slick Green
Slippery Cider
Slocan Lake
Small Summer Queen
Smarts Prince Arthur
Smith 1
Smith Cider
Smith Jonathan
Smiths Seedling
Smitten A typical modern fresh-tasting apple from New Zealand, related to Falstaff, Fiesta, Gala, and Braeburn.
Smokehouse Large, flattish shape, yellow flushed and striped red. Flesh crisp, yellowish, moderately fine-grained. Fresh cider flavor. Very good quality cooking, eating, and baking apple. Keeps well through March.
Smokey Twig
Smoky Mountain Limbertwig
Smoothee Golden Delicious Continues to be the most russet-resistant Golden Delicious strain, allowing quality Goldens to be grown where proneness to russetting would otherwise prohibit Golden production. Essentially the same as Golden Delicious except for skin smoothness and russet resistance.
Snow 1600s Quebec.
Snow Apple A synonym for Fameuse.
Snowdrift Crab
Snow Of Iowa
Snow Sweet A cold-hardy red apple from the University of Minnesota.. Sweet with a slight tart balance and rich overtones. Firm, snow white flesh is very slow to oxidize when exposed to air. 3-inch oblate shaped fruit, 70-85% bronze-red blush over a green-yellow background.
Snowsweet (Minn 1797) Sharon X Connell Red, Yellow with bronze blush, New introduction from the MN apple breeding program. Great eating apple with a rich, sweet flavor and a touch of tartness. Firm, white flesh is slow to oxidize. Late ripening
Sokeri Miron
Somerset of Maine
Somerset Red Streak hard Cider
Sommer Belleflower
Sonata A synonym for Pinova.
Sonya A very new apple variety, but already popular with fans of sweeter apples - and one of the most popular pages on this website.
Sops of Wine Formerly sold in the South as Hominy, Sops of Wine is described as an excellent early summer apple which grows well in all regions of the South. Its exact origins are unclear, but Beach (1905) says it is an ancient English culinary and cider apple. Fruit medium to large, slightly conical, with greenish-yellow skin covered with dark red and faint red striping. Flesh is yellow and often stained with pink, tender, aromatic, and not very juicy. Ripens late June to July, later in the mountains.
Sour Buff
Sour June
Sour Russet
Sour Sweetning
South Dakota Bison
South Dakota Bona Crab
South Dakota Macata
South Dakota Winter
Southers Favorite White Sweet
Southfield A synonym for Jazz.
Souvenir De Fernand Cognet hard Cider
Spaanse Kellng
Spartan Attractive, crunchy, sweet, easy to grow, and with the characteristic delicate wine-like "vinous" flavor of the McIntosh family of apples.
Spasovka Kvsana
Speckled Red
Spencer McIntosh X Golden Delicious, Fruit is large, oblong to conical with yellow skin flushed and streaked with carmine and reddish-orange. Eating quality excellent, core smaller than McIntosh. The greenish-white flesh is soft, tender and very sweet. Tree vigorous, upright, spreading. Late ripening Spencer is a high-quality dessert apple that has not received the attention that it deserves. Ripens in September and is a good keeper.
Spencer Fruit is large, oblong to conical with yellow skin flushed and streaked with carmine and reddish-orange. Eating quality excellent, core smaller than McIntosh. The greenish-white flesh is soft, tender and very sweet. Tree vigorous, upright, spreading. Late ripening Spencer is a high-quality dessert apple that has not received the attention that it deserves. Ripens in September and is a good keeper. McIntosh X Golden Delicious
Spencer Seedless
Spencs Bridge
Spice Apple
Spice of North Georgia Over the years there have been numerous varieties of old southern apples named “Spice”which originated in small local communities or regions but never gained much attention outside their areas of origin. Calhoun lists several examples of these in his book, including Virginia Spice, Spice Sweet, Early Spice, Cumberland Spice and Winter Spice. The Spice apple of northern Georgia was made available to the public by our friend Joyce Neighbors of Gadsden, Alabama. It is an old family apple dating back over 100 years. It is a fine fresh-eating apple and makes great apple pie. An early apple variety, ripening in July-August.
Spice of Old Virginia
Spice Russet
Spigold Large golden yellow fruit 75% covered with bright red stripes. Tender skin. Fine grained firm crisp yellow flesh, sprightly and sweet. Stores well.
Spijon The fruits are large, of good quality, and have a very attractive red blush.
Spike Anderson
Spire Crimson
Spire Emerald
Spire Irish
Spire Maypole
Spire Northpole
Spire Scarlet
Spire Ultra
Spitzenburg A synonym for Esopus Spitzenburg.
Spitzenburg Red
Splendour Almost immune to fire blight: by far the most blight-resistant variety yet tested at Geneva. Beautiful carmine-red apples ripening with Mutsu; fabulous winter keeper. Sweet, very low acid. A popular commercial apple variety in New Zealand.
Spokane Beauty
Spoon Creek Amish
Spotted Pippin
Spring Grove Codlin
Spur Red Golden
Spy Double Red
Stahis Prince
Stak Winter King
St Albans Pippin
St Anna
St Anna Rode Boskoop
Stardust Stardust is a seedling found in an old pippin orchard on Quarry road in Aromas in 2009. On a well-tended tree it produces large handsome 5-pointed, conical, slightly ribbed fruit, dark red in color and speckled with prominent gold lenticels, suggestive of Bellflower, one of it’s probable parents. Great, rich, celestial flavor, crisp texture, very good keeper.
Stark Blushing Golden
Stark Earliest
Starkey Thought to be a seedling of Ribston Pippin, the variety has its parents' good dessert qualities but with white flesh and and is a larger, more colorful fruit striped and splashed bright red over a yellow ground. A hardy regular bearer. Ripens in early October. An old Maine apple which originated in Vassalboro on the farm of Moses Starkey in 1800.
Starking Delicious A striped improvement of the original Delicious, inferior in color and typiness compared to today's selections, but superior in taste. Much more complex flavor with a honey component.
Starkrimson Crisp, dense flesh, very sweet, quite juicy - a Delicious-style apple
Starkrimson Red Delicious The first super strain of Delicious. Has the "black" red when fully colored. Flavor not as good as predecessors.
Starr Large, yellow-green fruit. Crisp, tart and juicy flesh.
Star Song
State Fair Fruit is round, conic, medium sized. Fruit is brilliantly striped with reddish orange over a yellow background. Creamy flesh is firm, juicy aromatic and sweet and firmer than most early varieties. Moderately subacid flavor. Excellent for fresh eating. Fruit ripens uniformly. Early season. Keeps well for a summer apple. Mantet X Oriole
Stayman An old American dual-purpose apple variety, popular in Virginia. Descended from Winesap, and in most respects an even better apple.
Stayman Dermen
Stayman Double Red
Stayman Nured
Stayman Winesap Stayman is a progeny of Winesap and like its well known and historic parent, is an apple of the highest quality. The apple arose in 1866 when Dr. J. Stayman planted seeds of Winesap on his farm in Leavenworth, Kansas. Like Winesap, it has sterile pollen and cannot pollinate other apple trees. Fruit is medium to large with smooth greenish-yellow skin mostly covered with stripes and splashes of red and crimson. The tangy whitish-yellow flesh is firm, crisp, and juicy. Ripens in October.
St Cicellia
St Clair
Stearns Red stripes and a yellow background. It's creamy white flesh, although crisp to the teeth, is melting and tender and almost dissolves on the tongue. Its flavor has a rich luscious pure apple taste. Good savory taste. Plenty of sweetness, acidity, & juice. Fruits up to 3" in circumference.
Stedinger Prinz
Steels Red
Stembridge Cluster
Stembridge Jersey hard Cider
Stephans Wonder
St Everard
St Francis
St Gold
Stirling Castle A popular Victorian cooking apple from Stirling in Scotland, produces a good-flavoured puree.
St Johnsbury Sweet
St Lawrence Fameuse open pollinated, yellow, red stripes, Tender, fine-grained white flesh stained with red. Very good for eating; has a mild, pleasant flavor. midseason
St Martin
Stockers Knob
Stoke Red A bittersharp English cider apple which gained attention in the 1920's when surveys found trees growing in Rodney Stoke, England. It produces a sharp juice with a distinctive astringency, qualities favored for producing fine, sharp English cider. The tree is vigorous and a heavy cropper, but is usually slow to bear. Fruit is waxy red with a fine aroma. Ripens late November to December
Stollsteimer 1
Stone Blue Pearmain X Unknown, red striped, Locally known and esteemed variety. Tree long-lived and healthy. Sweet, yellow flesh with great flavor. Tends to overbear, so fruit may need to be thinned. Late ripening
Strawberry Del.
Strawberry Parfait Early season apple with hints of strawberry flavoring
Strawberry Pippin Strawberry Pippin is a lovely red-striped apple with a pleasant crunch and a very pleasing sweet-tart flavor. The origin of this attractive apple is uncertain but is thought to have come from England at an unknown date. The medium-sized apple is striped with light and dark red with a light red blush on the sunny side. The crisp white flesh is juicy and quite sweet. Ripens in September and is a fair keeper.
Strawberry Rome
Streaked June
Striped Beauty Crab
Striped Beefing
Striped Ben Davis
Striped Early Harvest
Striped Harvey Green overlaid with red streaks, Sweet, but with enough tartness to bring out the rich flavor. From George Stilphen of Harrison, ME. midseason
Striped June
Striped Tawny
Stuarts Golden
Stump of the World
Sturdeespur Bright cherry-red blush fruit. Creamy, high quality flesh. Color reaches full bright red ahead of maturity which is in the middle area of Red Delicious strains. Known for it's aromatic flavor and fresh eating quality.
Sturmer Pippin A popular Victorian dessert apple variety, notable for its exceptional keeping qualities.
Subtropical Apple
Sudeten Reinette
Sugar Ball
Sugarloaf Pippin Some early literature indicates this apple originated in England but most likely it arose in Russia. It was a popular apple widely grown in the Ohio Valley in the 1880s and was believed to have been brought to this region from Pennsylvania around 1824. It was listed in a North Carolina nursery catalog in 1855. The apple is medium-sized, roundish and somewhat flattened with light green skin with heavy russeting around the cavity and large, distinctive, russeted dots. The flesh is white, fine-grained, somewhat dry and quite sweet. Ripens in August.
Sugar Lump
Sugar Sweet
Suigis Desert
Suislepas Rozabols
Summer Banana A very attractive apple with a distinct banana flavor and aroma when fully ripe. The apple originated in Marion County, South Carolina and was sold there and in North Carolina until the early 1900’s. In 1900, it was trademarked by the J. Van Lindley Nursery of Greensboro, North Carolina. The fruit is slightly conical, having deep yellow skin with a faint red blush and pink and red stripes. Ripens August to September.
Summer Bellflower
Summer Buckingham
Summer Buff
Summer Champion Originates from Arkansas. Once an important commercial variety in Texas. This is one of the better summer apples. Medium-sized round-conical shaped. Yellow green skin covered with red and pink stripes. Flesh semifirm, juicy, nearly white and moderately subacid developing a balanced flavor with old time apple taste. It is a very productive variety. Ripens late July to August.
Summer Cheese
Summer Cider
Summer Delicious
Summer Gold
Summer Golden Pippin
Summer Granny
Summer Green
Summerian Red Mac
Summer King A very fine and attractive apple brought into Kentucky from North Carolina in the early 1800s. It became known as King in Kentucky and was an important commercial variety there around 1850. Once considered to be extinct, it was rediscovered in 1986 by apple collector Joyce Neighbors of Alabama. Fruit is medium to large with greenish-yellow skin overlaid with red and crimson stripes and splashes. The yellowish-white flesh is brittle, tender, fine-grained, and juicy. Ripens July to August.
Summer Ladyfinger This apple was discovered several years ago in an old orchard in Fries, Virginia and is believed to be the old Maryland apple, Ladyfinger. Fruit is medium, roundish
Summer Mac Bright red apple with creamy white flesh.
Summer Orange In the early 1980’s, Lee Calhoun rediscovered this old North Carolina apple growing in a homeowner’s field in Chatham County, NC. From 1920
Summer Pearmain Predating 1817, By 1826 it had entered the collection of London Horticultural Society, at Chiswick. It received high marks from apple experts for its most exceptional taste. Medium sized, oblong, regular and handsome. Fruit is medium or larger in size, greenish-yellow with patches and streaks of pale red to purple red, with brighter red near the sun, and oblong in shape. The flesh is yellow, very juicy, crisp, aromatic, and mildly subacid. The fruit ripens gradually on the tree over a period of at least four weeks. It also dries quite well. Must be picked when ripe or its peak flavor is lost. A good bearer and good on light soils. Tree is a weak grower and fireblight susceptible. This is an early blooming variety and matures late July to August.
Summer Pink
Summer Queen Summer Queen is a very popular southern apple variety which originated in New Jersey in the 1800’s. It is a very productive tree and is a late bloomer which protects it from most late spring frosts. It is a very fine cooking and drying apple with a rich, spicy flavor. Fruit is medium to large in size, roundish-conical to oblong in shape, with pale yellow skin striped with dull red and dark crimson. The aromatic yellow flesh is coarse and juicy with a spicy subacid flavor. Ripens July to August.
Summer Rambo This apple is of French origin and once quite popular in Maryland and Virginia. The fruit can be picked while still green for frying, pies and applesauce. The fruit can be large and is often ribbed with unequal sides. Skin is greenish yellow washed with pink and carmine on the sun exposed side. The greenish yellow flesh is coarse, tender and very juicy. Ripe August- September.
Summer Ribbon
Summer Rose Summer Rose is a very high quality, early season apple originating in New Jersey in the early 1800s. It compares favorably with other better- known early apples such as Red Astrachan and Yellow Transparent. It is a late bloomer and escapes most late spring frosts. Excellent both for eating and stewing. The size is moderate, the form flat, the skin smooth of a beautiful yellow resembling yellow wax, blended with red in streaks and blotches. The flesh is sweet, sprightly, and juicy. Ripens June to July and does not store well.
Summer Row
Summer Scarlet
Summerset Of Maine
Summerset Redstreak
Summer Song
Summer Sweet
Summer Sweet Paradise
Summer Treat Fruits are large to very large, of angular, oblong-conic shape, with glossy skin blushed 70-100% brilliant red. The coarse, cream colored flesh is crisp, sweet, and good fresh from the tree when the fruits are ripe. Fruits hang well, but lose quality quickly and become mealy if not harvested. Storage life is short.
Sunburst A new orange-skinned pink-fleshed apple.
Suncrisp Good looking yellow apple with a 0-40% orange-red blush. Flavor is sweet yet mildly subacid, said to be intense. Cream colored flesh, not prone to browning. Fruit can be stored up to 6 months in cold storage.
Sundance A modern disease-resistant apple with an attractive yellow blush.
Sunday Sweet
Sun Dog
Sundowner A late-season apple from Australia, whose varietal name is Cripps Red and which is related to Pink Lady®.
Sunny Brook Yellow, blushed red, A large apple good for culinary use, fair for fresh eating. Fruit slightly acid but also sweet. Flavor holds up well in cooking. Fruits at a young age. Early season Heyer 12 X Morden 359
Sunrise One of the best early apple varieties, ripening in the UK in late August.
Sunset Popular garden alternative to Cox, easier to grow, and has a similar flavour albeit lacking some of the depth.
Sunshower CHM
Suntan Excellent, Regular and heavy cropping, long keeping apple with a great flavor of tropical fruits. A beautiful, medium orange-red apple flushed with gold and striped with red. Flesh is crisp, cream-colored, and juicy with an intense, superb sweet-sharp flavor. Aromatic, complex and one of our favorite Cox crosses. A vigorous tree, heavy cropper. Ripens Late. 1956. Cox Orange Pippin x Court Pendu Plat
Superchief Spur Red Delicious One of the best red sports of Red Delicious. Starts out as a stripe and fills in to a solid red a full ten days ahead of its parent.
Super Jon
Super Lory
Super Manga
Surpasse Frequin
Surprise Small, green winter apple with creamy white, red stained flesh.
Surprise Reinette
Surprize A new pink-fleshed apple variety with an orange skin.
Sussex Mother
Sutton Beauty Uniform and symmetrical shape, beautiful color and pleasant quality makes it an excellent eating apple. Too mild for culinary use. Flesh slightly tinged with yellow, rather firm, moderately fine-grained, crisp, tender, juicy, mild subacid.
Suttons Beauty A high-quality dessert apple which originated in 1848 in Sutton, Massachusetts. It was once raised as a commercial variety in New York around 1900. A productive but biennial variety occasionally susceptible to fireblight. Fruit is medium-sized with waxy greenish-yellow skin shaded and striped with crimson. The whitish flesh is tinged with yellow and is crisp, juicy and fine-grained. A very early bloomer ripening in September.
Swaar One of the finest winter apples. Large with yellow skin covered with brown spots and irregular patches of scarlet on the sunny side. The flesh is very hard, solid, crisp, sweet with a fine, rich flavor. Ripens first of November.
Swanzies Sauce
Swayzie Golden yellow sprinkled with russet spots and streaks with cinnamon russet becoming solid at base. Rich, distinctive flavor; aromatic and sprightly. Excellent eating apple.
Sweden Spartan
Sweet 16
Sweet Abram
Sweet Alford Fruit small-medium, pale yellow blushed pink. Sweet, juicy flesh. High quality.
SweeTango Deep red coloration over a yellow breaking background. Crisp, juicy, sweet fruit.
Sweet Appin
Sweet Bausel
Sweet Bough Medium-large green apple. Juicy, tender flesh, honeyed sweetness.
Sweet Buff
Sweet Caroline
Sweet Coppin A traditional English mild bittersweet cider variety from Devon.
Sweet Delicious Large, greenish yellow fruit, flushed reddish-orange with red streaks. Firm, fine, creamy white, melting flesh. Very sweet with an aromatic flavor. Excellent keeper.
Sweet Dutchy
Sweet Emma
Sweet Heart
Sweet Horse
Sweet June
Sweet King
Sweet Ladlng
Sweet Lilibet A synonym for Red Windsor.
Sweet Mclntosh Lawver X McIntosh, red-yellow, In spite of its name, does not resemble McIntosh. Large fruit, sweet, aromatic. Keeps 150 days at 30 degrees F. Late ripening
Sweet Neverfail
Sweet Pippin
Sweet Potato
Sweet Pound
Sweet Queen
Sweet Russet
Sweet Rusty Coat
Sweet Sal
Sweet Sixteen Large, red striped fruit. Firm, crisp, aromatic flesh. Spicy and rich-flavored, sweet, crisp apple with good storage qualities. Mildly coarse, yellowish flesh&: excellent eating. midseason. MN 447 X Northern Spy, striped red
Sweet Spice
Sweet Striped June
Sweet Valentine
Sweet Water
Sweet William
Sweet Winesap Originated in New York in the late 1890s. Fruit size is medium to large and somewhat conical in shape. The smooth, tough skin is greenish-yellow mostly covered with light red and carmine striping. The clean, white flesh is crisp, fine-grained, juicy and very sweet. An attractive red winter apple, symmetrical, uniform, medium to large size. It is excellent in quality for dessert or for baking or other culinary uses. Skin tough, smooth, pale yellow or greenish nearly overspread with bright light red with carmine stripes. Flesh nearly white, firm, rather fine, moderately crisp, tender, juicy, distinctly sweet, good to very good. Ripens in October and is a good keeper.
Swiss Gourmet A synonym for Arlet.
Swiss Limbertwig Most unusual color of purplish maroon with dots, medium in size, very good apple for fresh eating.
Swiss Orange Synonym for Schweitzer Orangeapfel
Swiss Pippin