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Santa Maria tree has a medium luxuriant tree top and ripens in mid August. It yields a lot of fruit. The fruit is medium large to large, of greenish-yellow ground colour, with a pronounced blush on the sunny side. Its flesh is white, juicy, sweet-and-sour, with not so distinguishing flavour.
It is harvested in the second half of Septembre. The tree is medium luxuriant to luxuriant. It blossoms early and is sensitive to frost, drought and wind. It mostly yields an average number of fruits. This rustic apple has large and round fruit. The flesh is light yellow, firm, juicy, tart and fragrant. The apple stands up well to cooking. Generally Boskoop varieties are very high in acid content and can contain more than four times the vitamin C of Granny Smith or Golden Delicious.
Budimka starts bearing fruit quite late, only 10 years after the planting, but once it starts yielding fruit, it offers quite rich harvest. A 20-year old tree yields 250–350kg of fruit. The fruit is medium to large and round. The skin is greenish-yellow with pale pink blush on the sunny side. The flesh is whitish, firm, sweet with a touch of acidity. The fruit is mostly used for industrial purposes and to a lesser degree as a table apple.
Melrose apple ripens in the first half of October, and can be stored up to 6 months after picking. The tree yields fruit well and regularly. The fruit is large and conical-round. The flesh is pale yellow, firm, juicy and slightly aromatic. The skin is thick, the ground colour is yellowish-green with red blush. It is relatively resistant to apple scab and powdery mildew.
Idared apples ripen in late September, early October, and can be maintained in cold storage until July. The fruit is large to very large, pale green and mostly covered in bright red blush. The flesh is whitish, quite firm, of medium quality. The fruit is juicy and harmonically sweet and sour in taste.