Tumanga Apple

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Tumanga Apple

Fall-Winter. Cox’s Orange Pippin x Schoner von Nordhausen. Kaiser Wilhelm Institut, Muncheberg, Germany, 1930.

Crisp, juicy and sweet, this intense aromatic rich dessert and juice apple resembles Cox’s Orange Pippin. Medium-sized round-to-oblate yellow fruit, half covered with a dusty mauve-red overcoat and a large ring of russet radiating out from the stem.

Called Auralia in Germany, where it has been grown primarily for its excellent juice. Another of the fine varieties brought into the light for us by Mark Fulford of Monroe, Maine, who also introduced us to Hudson’s Golden Gem and Redfield.

Not susceptible to scab. Stores until midwinter. Late midseason bloomer. Z5. Maine Grown. LIMITED SUPPLY! (Semi-dwarf: 2½-5' bare-root trees)



179 Tumanga
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179B: on Bud 118 semi-dwarfing stock, 1 for $32.75
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