I discovered a new love a few years ago, the Honey Crisp. This apple is so well suited to growing here in Nova Scotia that you will find honey crisp tree’s in almost all Nova Scotia orchards. This year I found yet another love, the new Sweetango. Sweetango will not replace my darling Honey Crisp, but will hold a special place in my palate next to my first love the Honey Crisp. Of course, Orange Cox, Golden Russet and Gravenstein will remain in my cupboard too.
Find your apples, along with lots of other fresh produce and local arts and crafts at farmers markets throughout Nova Scotia.