Native Hunter Apples 2023

Thanks. There is an old southern apple that used to be widely grown which was known as "Horse" and/or "Hoss." My apple fits the description for that apple, but I don't know anyone around here that grows Horse so that I can compare. It could be that apple or possibly a seedling from that apple, but I will probably never know. I'm just glad to have another good clean bearing apple coming into production.
Remember reading about the Horse apple awhile back but this nursery which caters to heritage apples has it listed as being yellow and would guess a fairly soft flesh.
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Remember reading about the Horse apple awhile back but this nursery which caters to heritage apples has it listed as being yellow and would guess a fairly soft flesh.
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I’m going to be watching my apple closer this time. I don’t remember the apples on the mother tree getting that yellow, but maybe they just picked them a little early.
 
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