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CURRENT APPLES IN FARM STORE

Cortland “Applesauce Princess”

A cross between Ben Davis and McIntosh, the Cortland was developed by the New York Agricultural Experiment Station in 1898. It’s flavor is sweet with a hint of tartness. It is juicy and has a tender, snow-white flesh. Excellent for sauce.

FLAVOR: Mild
TEXTURE: Tender
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, salads, sauce

Red Delicious “Handsome Apple”

Red delicious with their unmatched shape and beauty have become the North American symbol of the apple. The thick skinned fruit has a yellow flesh that is sweet in flavor.

FLAVOR: Sweet
TEXTURE: Firm
SUGGESTED USES: Eating

Crimson Crisp “Sweet-Tart Favorite”

This beautiful crimson red apple was developed in cooperation by the University of New Jersey, Purdue University, and The University of Illinois and released in 2005. True to its name, this apple has very crispy, yellow flesh with a good amount of juice and a balanced sweet-tart flavor. This dense apple stores well in the refrigerator, lasting several months.

FLAVOR: Tangy
TEXTURE: Crisp
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, Baking, Sauce, Pies

Golden Delicious “Old Faithful”

Golden delicious have a rich, mellow flavor and thin, tender skin that doesn’t require peeling for most recipes. Its firm, white flesh retains its shape and flavor when baked, making it the preferred “all purpose” cooking apple.

FLAVOR: Sweet
TEXTURE: Crisp
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, sauce and salads

Staymen Winesap “Tuttle’s Apple”

The Stayman Winesap apple is officially the Tuttle’s apple. The particular variety grown here at Tuttle’s was patented by the founder, Roy Tuttle, in 1977. Winesap have a spicy flavor that is mildly tart and aromatic. They are good for cooking and fresh eating. Winesap apples keep their lively flavor when baked and can be used to make thick juicy sauces. They are one of the best apples choices for cider.

FLAVOR: Tart
TEXTURE: Hard
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, sauce, and salads

Evercrisp “Late Season Honeycrisp”

Evercrisp is a new apple released in 2012 by the Midwest Apple Improvement Association after more than a decade of careful cross-breeding. A cross of Fuji and Honeycrisp, it has a very sweet flavor with strong floral-rose notes. It also shares Honeycrisp’s characteristic crispness.

FLAVOR: Sweet
TEXTURE: Crisp
SUGGESTED USES: Eating

Fuji “The International Apple”

Bred from a cross between Red Delicious and Ralls Janet varieties, Fuji is a high quality variety known for its long storage life. Like fine wine, its flavor improves with age. Fuji’s spicy, crisp sweetness makes excellent out of hand or as applesauce. It varies from yellow-green with highlights to very red.

FLAVOR: Sweet
TEXTURE: Hard
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, sauce, and salads

Gold Rush “Winter Bestseller”

Gold Rush is the favorite apple in our family. A late season winter apple, Gold Rush has a great flavor and stays crisp all winter! Developed by Purdue University and introduced into the US in 1993, this apple is tart, and mellows with storage into a rich, complex flavor. It is good eaten fresh, for juice, and for baking. It’s flesh is firm, crisp and juicy. This apple retains it’s quality for seven months or more in storage.

FLAVOR: Tart
TEXTURE: Hard
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, sauce, and salads

Suncrisp “Tropical Favorite”

Suncrisp is a crisp apple with a full, sweet-tart flavor that often has notes of pineapple and melon. The apple breeding program at Rutgers University in New Jersey developed Suncrisp and released it in 1994. They can keep well if stored in the refrigerator and kept moist.

FLAVOR: SweetTart
TEXTURE: Crisp
SUGGESTED USES: Eating, baking, sauce, and salads

Apple Picking in Indianapolis

CURRENT PICK YOUR OWN INFO

All U-pick and outdoor activities are closed for the season.

CURRENT PRODUCE IN FARM STORE

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Indiana Acorn Squash

Squash

Acorn, butternut, harvest frost and spaghetti squash are now available in the farm store. 11/10

Indianapolis Lettuce

OTHER TUTTLE’s PRODUCE  12/2

  • Turnips
  • Spinach
  • Lettuce Greens
  • Kale
  • Radishes
  • Bok Choy
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OTHER CURRENT PRODUCE  12/2

  • Red Onions
  • Sweet Yellow Onions
  • Garlic
  • Sweet Potatoes
  • Idaho Potatoes
  • Red Potatoes
  • 2 lb Organic Rainbow Carrots
  • 2 lb Orange Carrots
  • Organic Rainbow Baby Carrots
  • Turnips
  • Parsnips
  • Beets
  • Brussels Sprouts
  • Cabbage
  • Naval Oranges
  • Lemons
  • Limes
  • Bartlett Pears
  • Red Pears
  • Madjool Dates
  • Red Seedless Grapes

PRODUCE COMING SOON

*Note: We do our best to keep this as accurate as possible, but at times we are very busy and availability may change throughout the day.  Feel free to call our farm store 317-326-2278 if you are coming a long distance for a specific item.