Pomiferous

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K resi Muskot ly
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is white and firm. Very sweet and aromatic. Keeps four months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Keresi Muskotaly

Kaighn
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Type: apple
Kaiser Franz Joseph
Kaiser Franz Joseph
Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is white, tender and fine grained. Juicy and sweet, flavourful and aromatic.

Synonyms: Franz Joseph, Francis Joseph, François Joseph, Kaiserin Elizabeth. Not to be con ...

Kaiser Wilhelm
Kaiser Wilhelm
Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is white, crisp, fine-grained. Very juicy, sweet-tart and spicy with a nutty flavour.

Synonyms: Wilhelmapfel, Emperor William, Peter Broich

Kalco
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is ??? and coarse textured. Sweet sharp and aromatic some year, mild in other years. Keeps about two months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Carola

Kaltherer B hmer
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Type: apple
Kamsomolez
Kamsomolez
Type: crabapple

Characteristics: The flesh is pink, stained red under the skin. Firm. Acidic and bitter.

Kandil
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Type: apple

Characteristics: sweet juicy crisp fruity

Synonyms: Kandile

Kandil Kitaika
Kandil Kitaika
Type: dual

Characteristics: The flesh is greenish, tender. Juicy, sweet with a vinous flavour.

Kandil Sinap
Type: dual

Characteristics: The flesh is white, tender, fine-grained, crisp and juicy. Sweet, aromatic, sprightly with a vinous flavour. Bruises easily.

Synonyms: Candile Sinap, Jubilee (also used for a Fuji sport as well as a cultivar of McIn ...

Kane
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Type: apple
Kaneb Sweet
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Type: apple

Origins: — Tolman Sweet x Yellow Transparent,’ St. Lawrence Nurseries, Canada

Kanipe Red Flesh
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Type: apple

Characteristics: RED FLESH

Kanki
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Type: apple

Characteristics: crisp, juicy, subacid

Kansas Black
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Type: apple
Kansas Queen
Kansas Queen
Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is white, fine grained and crisp. Juicy and aromatic, slight sweet-tart.

Synonyms: Known as Nouvelle Europe in Europe

Kansas Sweet
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Type: apple
Kaori
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Type: apple

Origins: — Richard Delicious’ x (‘Ralls Janet’ x ‘Delicious’), Japan

Kapai Red Jonathan
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Type: dual

Summary: A mutation of Jonathan found in 1931 near Hawkes Bay (New Zealand).

Karagullen
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Type: apple
Karastoyanka
Karastoyanka
Type: apple

Characteristics: Sweet?sharp, fruity.Keeps three months in cold storage.

Kardinal Bea
Kardinal Bea
Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is pale green, juicy, sweet-tart. Somewhat flat.

Karen
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Type: crabapple

Origins: USA

Karin Schneider
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of Ingrid. Denmark

Synonyms: Karen Schneider

Karinable
Karinable
Type: dessert

Characteristics: The flesh is cream coloured, coarse grained and somewhat mealy. Sweet sharp. Keeps two months in cold storage.

Synonyms: Star Inge Karin, Staringe Karin, Stäringe Karin

Karmen
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Type: apple

Characteristics: Juicy sweet sharp, sometimes very sharp. Keeps two months in cold storage.

Karmijn de Sonnaville
Karmijn de Sonnaville
Type: dual

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, coarse-grained, firm and juicy. Rich and aromatic with intense nutty and honeyed flavours. High in sugar and acidity. Sometimes on the s ...

Synonyms: Carmine, Karmijn, Karmine, Karmine de Sonneville, Sonneville Carmine.

Karmina
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Type: dessert

Origins: Developed in Czechoslovakia from a cross of Karmen with UEB 1725/6 (PRI 370-15 x Spartan). Introduced in 1990.

Karneval
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Type: dessert

Summary: Bred in the Czech Republic, this juicy apple combines the traits of Vanda and Cripps Pink.

Synonyms: UEB 3741/1

Katherine
Katherine
Type: ornamental

Origins: Probably a cross of Malus baccata and Malus halliana. Found as a chance seedling by Bernard Slavin in a public park in Rochester, New York (U.S.A.) in the late ...

Synonyms: Malus ‘Katherine’