New England Apples
Old and New Varieties of New England Apples
There is a wide variety of New England Apples such as the Hubbardson Nonesuch that date back as early as the 1600s and are currently being grown in the area. Chuck and Diane Souther of Apple Hill Farm explain these classic varieties and the best way to eat them. They also describe many of the New England Apple varieties like the Sweet Sixteen and the Hampshire apples that have been propagated by farmers creating unique flavor profiles never seen before. Apple growers like the Southers are expanding the definition of New England Apples by experimenting with old and new varieties.