Grown by the Allens in Westminster, Vermont, these grafted trees come in 7-gallon pots and are ready to plant. Supplies are very limited

Medaille d'Or

  • Late Fall. Full bittersweet cider apple. The variety's exact origin is unknown, though it was first planted around Crediton, Devon, in the 19th century. Small-to-medium roundish-conic yellow fruit mostly covered with a netting of golden russet and sometimes featuring a soft reddish blush. High in bitterness and astringency. Combine with other late varieties.

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Sullivan County Conservation District

 95 County Farm Rd. Unity, NH 03743

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