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Reverend Morgan apple


Pinkish red colored skin with good quality fruit. Superb flavor and texture.


Visitor reviews

  • 18 Aug 2013  Carolyn Winder,  NC, United States
    Carolyn Winder, Asheville, NC Rev. Morgan is dense and crisp. Yellowish flesh. Fruits unequal in size and shape ripening over a period of a month. Good sweet/sharp balance, aromatic (hint of banana). Very juicy. Some susceptibility to cedar apple rust, but some resistance to fire blight, scab, and insects. Tends to be biennial if not thinned. Tree needs full sun.
  • 02 Nov 2012  Kevin Hauser,  CALIFORNIA, United States
    Picked our first Reverend Morgans this year, and they certainly didn't suffer any from our brutally hot summer. The crisp (almost hard) juicy flesh had plenty of sugar and acid to make things interesting, and the branch leafed out nicely despite our lack of chill. Well adapted to hot climates, it ripened around the first of November.

Tree register

United States

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: Seedling of Granny Smith
  • Originates from: Houston, TX, United States
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1877


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