The Southern Apple
Yeah, the Southern Apple is getting a Reboot
"They don't grow here."
Tell that to the 400+ varieties of old southern apples but apparently that's not enough for some. Now the apple has gained some needed street cred boasting 200% origins in the deep south. If having a southern pre-1880 momma and being born a southern gentlemen won't cut it, maybe next they'll need to carry a battle flag.
An Adapted Apple
A Southern Apple has a complete lineage of living and producing in the Southeast. Great care has been taken to select the best trees, producing in the right locations to build this one of a kind series.
200% Origins Explained
While the most commonly planted apples are home to Israel and Bahamas these were born to the southeast. These apples, and their parent apples are from the areas of the Deep South, not normally known for their apples.
Here is the current lineage of 2017 Southern Apples.
- Mother fruit was originally sown somewhere in the southeast about 70-200 years ago. Varieties come from southern Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia.
- The mother tree has been propagated on and is now living in the Deep south.
- The current seed was born to a tree growing in the Southeast
No Babying Here, These Stand on Their Own
Along with all Dixie Fruits plants, these apples are not babied and grown in artificial conditions. Out in the sun, day in and day out, in the frosts and freezes these seedlings live on. Tough trees make getting fruit from nature, a piece of cake.
These are the next generation of Great Southern apples, Need we say more?