|Apple Tree Varieties|
|Variety||Source||Approx age||Bearing?||Bloom time (RT)||Ripe? (RT)||Potential Pollenizers||Year Introduced||Disease Resistance (OP)||Notes|
|Liberty||Raintree||10 years||yes||early-mid||Early Oct||sterile triploid||1978||good|
|Honeycrisp||Raintree||4 years||yes/no||mid-late||Early Oct||1960s||mixed|
|Jonagold||Raintree||6 years||yes||mid||Mid Oct||sterile triploid||1943||poor|
|North Pole||Local||12 years||yes||mid||Mid Sept||?||Columnar|
|Scarlet Sentinel||Local||2 years||no||early - mid||Late Sept||1986||yes (raintree)||Columnar.|
|Golden Sentinel||Local||2 years||yes||mid||Early Oct||1986||yes (forestfarm)||Columnar.|
|Esopus Spitzenberg||Grafting class||1 year||no||mid||Late Oct||early 1800s||poor||I grafted 3/2013|
|Sutton Beauty||Grafting class||1 year||no||?||?||?||I grafted 3/2013|
|Pristine||Raintree 3-way||0 year||n/a||early-mid||August||1994||mixed||multigraft|
|Rubinette||Raintree 3-way||0 year||n/a||mid||Early Oct||1964||partial||highly rated|
|Queen Cox||Raintree 3-way||0 year||n/a||mid-late||Early Sept||1975||partial||multigraft|
|Jonared||Starks||0 year||n/a||(mid)||Late||1934||poor||Jonathan sport.|
|Prairie Fire Crab||Home Depot||0 year||n/a||?||n/a||n/a||good||No edible fruit.|
|Karmijn de Sonnaville||Raintree||3 year||1 apple 2013||mid||Mid Oct||sterile triploid||1949||poor||cox pippin X jonathan|
Golden Sentinel is a cross between Wijcik spur MacIntosh and Golden Delicious. 1986. Agriculture; Agri-Food Canada, in Summerland, British Columbia
Scarlet Sentinel is a cross between Wijcik spur MacIntosh and Golden Delicious. 1986. Agriculture; Agri-Food Canada, in Summerland, British Columbia
Honeycrisp patent is expired. Honeycrisp was developed at the University of Minnesota, in 1974. Cross of Macoun x Honeygold.
Jonagold was developed in 1953 as a cross between Jonathan and Golden Delicious.
Pristine was developed in 1975 at Purdue, as part of Purdue / Rutgers / Illinois consortium. Pristine has in its ancestry Rome Beauty, Golden Delicious, MacIntosh, Starking Delicious, Malus floribunda, and others.
I'm still looking for info about the others.