Enjoying fresh apples, especially ones picked from your own tree is one of the joys of autumn. People living in northern areas are often told that they cannot grow apple varieties like Golden Delicious as they cannot handle cold temperatures. However, for those gardeners living in colder spots who wish to grow apples, there us another cold hardy substitute called Honeygold Apples. Honeygold apple trees can grow and produce successfully as far north as USDA hardiness zone 3. These apples can take low temperatures of -50 degrees F. (-45 C.). They have greenish yellow skin and are ready to pick in October. It also tastes similar to Golden Delicious, but just a bit blander. In fact, one source also describes it as Golden Delicious with honey on it!
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Do you know about Fortune apples? Have you eaten one? If not, you’re missing out. Fortune apples have a very unique spicy flavor that cannot be found in other cultivars. The flavor is so unique and delicious, you might want to grow them on your own! Here’s all you need to know about Fortune apples and how to grow and care for them.
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