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Davidson Sweeting

Identification: Medium size, round oblate. Background skin colour is light yellow over which is light red striping.

Uses: This apple makes a wonderful gelly.

Origins: Discovered in 1994 by Dr. L.R. Littleton, this old apple tree was found, barely clinging to life, in the old Berrier Orchard near Cana, Virginia. Renee Berrier told Dr. Littleton that the original grafts were brought into Virginia from Davidson County, North Carolina in the 1800’s.

Ploidism: Self sterile.

Type(s): Jelly


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