Heritage Collector’s Dream Orchard Package


Smokehouse apples are deviously juicy! With a yellowish flesh, crisp and firm with a pleasing spicy flavor, these apples are known for being excellent keepers. Also excellent to eat fresh, bake with, and make into cider or juice. Dates back to the 1800s.

Belle de Boskoop apples are sharp in flavour and are popular in Europe for fresh eating, baking, and cider. Ready in October, these apples will keep all the way until April – a whopping 6 months! Discovered in 1856, Boskoop, Netherlands.

Wolf River – “one apple, one pie.” What more needs to be said? Quebec 19th century.

Alberta-grown, Norhey Improved is a hardy prairie apple – it’s earned its zone 1 classification -that has a sweet flavour, keeps well and is great for cooking. It’s also ready in early September, so you can start your baking early! Selected in 1960 and released in 1975.

Skin as red as blood, flesh as white as snow…the Snow Apple dates back to before 1730s in Quebec and is a consistent bearer of delicious fruit, said to taste like strawberries.

As the name suggests, Tolman Sweet is a sweet-tasting apple, with a low acid content, perfect for fresh eating. These apples are also used for baking, cider-making, drying, and pickling. First recorded in 1822, New York.

Wonders behold – a red-fleshed crabapple! Aside from the rather spectacular appearance of the fruit, Red Wonder also produces apples with a pinch of tart, sweet and spice, making them ideal for fresh eating or baking.

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