Plant Ginger Gold® and start enjoying these pretty fruits before the leaves start to fall. The attractive chartreuse skin sports a golden glow that’s hard to resist. Even its blooms are showy, opening into a cloud of whitish-pink flowers in early spring. Ginger Gold® offers a serious crunch into refreshing, slightly tart flesh, and has the bonus of a natural resistance to browning. Excellent for fresh eating and salads. Originated in Virginia in the 1960s. Heat-tolerant for Southern growers!
Ripens mid- to late-August. Pollinator required: Choose another apple variety. Ginger Gold® is a registered trade name of Adams County Nursery, Inc.