Pomiferous

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Information on over 7,000 apples is available here, all carefully researched and provided in a way that is easy to navigate.

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nagafu 12 Fuji
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of Fuji

nagafu 2
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Type: dessert

Summary: A mutation of Fuji

Nagafu 6 Fuji
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Type: apple

Summary: A mutation of Fuji

Nagano Apple No 1
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Type: apple

Origins: — Golden Delicious’ x ‘Senshu,’ Nagano Fruit Tree Experiment Station, not named but patented in Japan

Nagano Apple No 10
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Type: apple

Origins: — Fuji x Tsugaru, Nagano Fruit Tree Experiment Station, not named but patented in Japan

Nagano Apple No 12
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Type: apple

Origins: — Tsugaru x Vista Bella,’ Nagano Fruit Tree Experiment Station, not named but patented in Japan

Nailer
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Type: perry
Nailsea White
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Type: apple

Origins: Somerset (UK)

Nambu
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Type: apple

Origins: (1994) is a PRI selection that was released without authorization in Japan

Nancy Jackson
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is freenish white, coarse?grained, firm, crisp and very juicy. Brisk. Keeps up to five months in cold storage.

Nancy Nook
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Type: apple

Identification: medium conic pale yellow flushed pink

Nanna
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Type: apple

Origins: — Katja x Buckley Giant,’ Ullensvang Research Centre, division Njos, Leikanger, Norway

Nanny
Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is yellowish, soft, tender, juicy, sw and flavourful.

Other names: Nancy, September Beauty

Nanthahailia Red Limbertwig
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Type: apple
Nantz
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Type: apple
Naomi
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Type: cider

Origins: Specifically bred by Liz Copas and Ray Williams at the Long Ashton Research Station in Somerset (U.K.) to provide England's commercial cider industry with a wid ...

Naoussa
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Type: apple

Origins: — Golden Delicious’ x ‘Granny Smith,’ 1973, G. Syrgianidis, National Agricultural Research Foundation, Naoussa, Greece

Narihoko
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Type: apple

Origins: T. Narita (1985) Golden D. x Fuji

Narragansett
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Type: dessert

Summary: Popular in eastern North America during the 1800s, very rare now.

Narragansett Crabapple
Narragansett Crabapple
Type: crabapple

Summary: This ornamental crabapple tends to be small and holds its fruit well into winter.

Naskushu
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Type: apple
Nasona
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is creamy white, fine grained, crisp. Dry, sweet and slightly tart taste. Aromatic Three months.

Other names: Jusfet de Sezar, Pom de Sezar

Nassau
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Type: apple

Origins: — Esopus Sptizenburg’ x ‘Ben Davis,’ New York State Agriculture Experiment Station, Geneva, New York, USA, introduced, 1914

Native American Crab
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Type: apple
Natsuka
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Type: apple
Natsumidori
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Type: apple

Characteristics: Firm. Juicy sweet. Does not keep well.

Natsumidori
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Type:

Summary: Developed in the Aomori Prefecture of northern Japan and released in 1983, the Natsumidori is a sweet-tart eating apple.

Natsunishiki
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Type: apple

Characteristics: sweet

Natural Pocket
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Type: apple

Characteristics: The flesh is white, tender and sweet with a hint of bitterness.

nder
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Type: apple