[NAFEX] apple identification

Thomas Beckett thomas at tbeckett.com
Wed Apr 21 23:30:28 EDT 2004

I don't care what variety it is, just put me down for some scionwood 
next year!


Ed Forest wrote:

> Can anyone give me any leads as to the true identity of this apple?  We 
> are trying to acquire apples trees that are like two that we planted 
> about 25 years ago,   The name they gave us was, Chinese Golden 
> Delicious also known as Chelsey (sp?) -- that is all we know about the 
> name.
> The apples ripen early, Mid August, they are light green in color, round 
> and relatively small --- 2 or 2 1/2 inches diameter (smaller than a 
> Lodi).  The apples are much tastier than the Lodi.  All of our friends 
> flock to our back yard for bags of these apples.  They are very good to 
> eat as is and make the best apple sauce I have ever made, plus they 
> store very well in my crisper --- months!  (We have access to all types 
> of apples, but none are as good as these). We also enjoy a prolific 
> production of apples from these trees.
> Thanks in advance!
> Kevin Bradley
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