We begin harvesting apples in late August through December, so you will have plenty of time to make multiple trips to Knob Creek to experience many types of apples.
A BIT ABOUT APPLES
Introduced in 1900 | West Virgina, USA
Mild, Distinctive Sweet Flavor | Juicy
High Quality | All-purpose
Shrivels in Storage
Introduced in 1968 | Australia
Moderately Sweet, Snappy Flavor
Superb Eating and Cooking Qualities
Good shelf life
Introduced in 1866 | Kansas, USA
Tart, Rich, Wine-like Flavor
Firm Cooking | Best for Baking
First Planted in 1817 | Ohio, USA
Mildly Sweet, Tart flavor
Excellent for Baking and Drying
Introduced in 1962 | Japan
Sweet, Crisp, Juicy Flavor
Popular for Eating Fresh and Baking
Introduced in 1965 | New Zealand
Mild, Sweet, Crisp Flavor
Good Shelf Life
Introduced in 1948 | Japan
Crisp, Juicy, Sweet-tart Flavor
Great Dessert Apple | Eating Fresh
Does Not Shrivel in Storage
Introduced in 1987 | Washington, USA
Crisp, Aromatic Flavor
Good for Eating and Cooking
Introduced in 1973 | Australia
Crisp, Sweet-tart Flavor
Excellent for Cooking and Eating
Introduced in 1870 | Arkansas, USA
Highly Aromatic, Sweet-tart Flavor
Good for Eating and Cooking
Excellent Keeper | Flavor Mellows
We've been growing apples for years and change varieties regularly to satisfy the demands of our customers. We listened when we heard our customers would like to bag-their-own apples. 1/2 peck, peck, 1/2 bushel, or bushel we've got it all!
*The apples are already picked from the tree, but you can pick them from a bin!
WE GROW EATING, COOKING, AND DUAL-PURPOSE APPLES
• Also known as Dessert Apples
• Typically smaller than cooking apples
• An apple that could be eaten for dessert
• Sweet, juicy, and delicious
• Known for their sweet taste
• Typically larger than eating apples
• Don't break down much when cooked
• Often times they are semi-tart
• Long shelf-life
• Firm flesh
YOU WANT IT... WE GOT IT!
Apples, apple cider, apple bread, apple jelly, apple butter, you name it we probably have it. We started out as apple growers and apples are still our passion so we have various apple products to fit every occasion. Apples also make excellent gifts and are a healthy snack, so pick up a bag of our fresh apples to take to your Thanksgiving dinner! While you are here stop inside to try some delicious homemade apple ice cream on a fresh waffle cone.
See ya' soon!
EASY APPLE PIE (A FAMILY FAVORITE)
4 cups diced apples
4-5 pieces of loaf bread
1 Tablespoon flour
1 stick melted butter
Dice apples. Place in water. Sprinkle with salt. Let sit. Cut crust from bread. Cut up bread in long pieces about 1-inch wide. Drain apples and place in casserole dish. Place bread strips on top of apples. Mix butter, sugar, flour, and egg together and pour over bread and apples. Bake at 350 F until brown (approximately 45 minutes).