Harrison Cider Apple
The Harrison is a small, round-oblong apple that is generally yellow in color, but sometimes blushed a light pink. Tiny black spots on the skin surface give it a rough texture. This apple makes an exceptional fresh or fermented cider. It was grown extensively throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Eastern United States until about 1900. The variety was lost until nurseryman Tom Burford rediscovered it in 1989. Current recovery efforts are focused in Virginia.
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