[nafex] cider varieties in virginia`

JERROLD KOERNER j.f.koerner at worldnet.att.net
Sun Dec 24 17:18:59 EST 2000


Ken, Honey Sweet Cider is an odd-time variety that was used as a blending 
apple to sweeten cider.  It was apparently lost for many years and was
rediscovered by Dr. E. Fisher at an abandoned homesite in the Shenandoah
Valley. A lot of nurseries dealing in antique varietes have it listed as
either Honey Sweet or Honey Cider.  Happy Holidays ....Jerry Appleseed.

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>From: "ken harnad" <harnad at intelos.net>
>To: nafex at egroups.com
>Subject: [nafex] cider varieties in virginia`
>Date: Sat, Dec 23, 2000, 7:43 PM
>

> Hello Folks,
>      I've been reading this group for awhile now and it's been a real
> education!
>      I'm looking to plant a small cider orchard here in the
> shenandoah valley.  Is there anyone out there who can recommend
> varieties that do well (or might do well) here in the valley?  I have
> a few culinary and dessert apples already, but am looking to "round
> out" my cider with some specialty cider apples.  Thanks and I hope
> everyone has a great holiday.  ken
>
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