This apple is so similar in eating respects to Pink Pearl that its pretty much the same thing. From a grower perspective I like it a little more so my newest plantings have all been Mott Pink.
Moulton's Pride crab:
This crab was developed in the late 1990's by Gary Moulton"s team at WSU Mt Vernon. Scab immune for organic growing, this apple has great tannin, bitters, astringency and a huge amount of pectin making it ideal for processing. Its also great for juicing and hard cider.
This was a chance seedling discovered in a McIntosh orchard in NY state, early 1800's. One of USA's best heirlooms. Great all purpose apple, cooking or eating. Stores very well.
This is the red fleshed apple variety that started it all for us. We now have 3 red varieties with 5 more in the trialing grounds. Distinctively tart and brightly colored this apple is a sure winner for those looking for something different.
This is chance seedling of Northern Spy. Resembles Red Delicious in appearance but it ends there. Fruit quality is that of a later season Northern Spy.
This is a nice little tart apple. Very juicy and when fully tree ripe does develope a lot of sugar. This apple has been kept around for its popularity with juicing / cider, i would imagine.
Another scab immune variety from Purdue. Good fit for the no spray program. Although a cross of McIntosh this is a fresh eating apple.