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York Imperial

York Imperial: This Pennsylvania apple originated around 1830. The most distinguishing feature of this apple is its lopsided shape. My aunts loved this apple as children and referred to it as the “one-sided apple”. Many people love this apple’s flavor, though it may be harder to grow in some parts of the south below elevations of 1000 feet. It is susceptible to cedar apple rust, fireblight, and cork-spot.  Fruit is medium to large, skin is yellow with splashes of red, and the flesh is yellow, juicy, coarse, crisp, and sprightly subacid. Ripens in October.