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When Is Apple Season?

When Is Apple Season?

When Is Apple Season?. Apples are the bearing fruit of the Malus domestica tree. Part of the rose family, there is at least one variety of apple for every letter in the alphabet. Apples are grown and available year round because of seasonal changes.

Apples are the bearing fruit of the Malus domestica tree. Part of the rose family, there is at least one variety of apple for every letter in the alphabet. Apples are grown and available year round because of seasonal changes.
You want to pick apples that are firm and crisp. Don't be fooled into thinking color determines ripeness. Your farmer should be able to tell you which ones are ripe if he knows when the tree flowered. Apples on the outside of the tree ripen first. To remove, roll up toward the branch till it snaps. Don't shake the branches or pull apples directly off.

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