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Smokehouse: This Pennsylvania apple was brought to public attention in 1837. Its name came from William Gibbons,  who noticed the original tree growing beside his smokehouse. The tree is a vigorous grower that fruits well in most of the South. The apples are good for eating fresh from the tree, but I recommend saving them for cooking. The fruit is medium in size, green to red in color, and has a firm flesh. The fruit begins falling in July but is not fully ripe until September.