[Sca-cooks] Historical Apples

Johnna Holloway johnnae at mac.com
Tue Oct 28 19:58:19 PDT 2008

One has to do this state by state. What I can locate in Michigan is
not what finds in California or Virginia for instance.
In California--

General notes and a full series of links:

You might run names of available varieties that you encounter through 
the database
at http://lescrets.free.fr/pomme1/fpommes/varietes.html
http://www.westonapples.com/apples.htm  also has dates.

I'll check my copy of Morgan and Richards The New Book of Apples and see 
what it says.


Lilinah wrote:
> So boiling it down, I want to know:
> ** which of the typical commercial apples available generally in the 
> US are as close as one can come to SCA- period apples**
> (might also help Canadians, but you guys grow your own :-)
> (plus I concede that in this case it'll have to be European apples)

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