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Hello people, interesting info - 'golden' apples  RSS feed

 
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Hello all, my name is Fernando, last fall had traveled at eastern europe and had discovered a good type of apple trees, the apple what grow from that tree called Golden i would say it taste very good , its juicy and sweet! Who knows is it the diferent name for that type of apple trees or thats just the name ? Thanks for help!
 
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Hi Fernando!  If "Golden" is in the name, quite a few apple cultivars could be the one you are looking for. Check out the G section of this website to help identify the one you ate:
www.orangepippen.com
They have quite a few, but in addition, I know of a early bearing cultivar called "Golden Transparent." Good Luck!
 
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