Country Blossom Farm grows the highest quality and best tasting apples. We use safe and efficient practices and strive to be a sustainable farm.  We pick, clean and package the apples for you to enjoy!

  • SweeTango® Minneiska Apples are juicy and sweet with hints of fall spices. This apple's flavor, balanced by vibrant acidity, dances to a long and satisfying finish on the palate. It also inherited the crisp texture of Honeycrisp and juiciness of Zestar!®. Early ripening season, late August.
  • Zestar - Large, crunchy, juicy red fruit with a sprightly sweet-tart flavor. Excellent for both fresh eating and cooking. The fruit will store for 6 to 8 weeks. Tree is vigorous. Introduced in 1999. Ripens late August to early September.
  • Fireside - Very large fruit with sweet flavor and fine-grained flesh good for fresh eating, salad, and baked apples. Tree is vigorous and weeping. Introduced in 1943. Ripens mid-October.
  • Honeycrisp - has bright red and pale green outer skin and a cream colored crisp yet juicy inner flesh. With a sweet yet slightly tart flavor, this variety of apple is great for salads, baking, cooking or eating as a snack. It is a variety that stores well, up to 6 months.
  • Haralson - Firm texture with a complex tart flavor. Good for fresh eating and cooking. Especially good pie apple. The fruit will store for 4 to 5 months. Introduced in 1922. Ripens late September to early October.
  • Sweet Sixteen - Crisp and juicy with an exotic yellow flesh and a very sweet, unusual sugar cane or spicy cherry candy flavor. The fruit stores for 5 to 8 weeks. Introduced in 1977. Ripens mid to late September.
  • Chestnut Crab-apple - Large, russeted crab-apple with a rich, nutty flavor. Best for fresh eating or sauce. The fruit stores for 4 to 5 weeks. Introduced in 1949. Ripens early September.
  • Dolgo Crabapple - One of the hardiest and earliest of the crabapples to bloom, pink buds of Dolgo open to large, fragrant white flowers. Abundant fruits ripening in mid-summer are edible and excellent for jelly.
  • Kinderkrisp - Kids love it! This may be the best apple for lunch boxes and afternoon snacks. Outstanding flavor and crisp, fine texture. Best when fresh from the tree. Cold-hardy. Ripens in late August.
  • Cortland - Won’t turn brown! This productive tree bears gorgeous ruby red apples with a snowy center that won’t brown in salads. Also perfect for pies and cider. Cold-hardy. Ripens in mid September.
  • Frostbite - Intensely sweet, firm and juicy flesh. Stripped maroon-red and gold-yellow, 2 1/2" diameter fruit. Excellent for cider. Introduced in 2008. Ripens late September to mid-October.
  • State Fair - Striped red, juicy, moderately tart fruit good for eating and cooking. The fruit will store for 2 to 4 to weeks. Introduced in 1977. Ripens mid- to late August.