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Anaros Crab Apples



Anaros Crab Apples are round, and about 1 1/2 inches (4 cm) wide.

They have yellow skin with a red flush.

Inside, the yellowish, crisp flesh has a good, tart flavour.

The fruit ripens late September / early October.

Cooking Tips

Good for canning, jelly, juicing.



History Notes

Anaros Crabapples were developed by Agriculture Canada from an Antonovka apple tree seedling, at the Rosthern Experimental Farm in Rosthern, Saskatchewan in 1935. Introduced in 1936.

See also:

Crab Apples

Adirondack Crab Apples; Anaros Crab Apples; Atalanta Apples; Bedford Crab Apples; Chipman Crab Apples; Crab Apples; Dawn Crab Apples; Egremont Crab Fair; Florence Crab Apples; Geneva Crab Apples; Hyslop Crab Apples; Montreal Beauty Crab Apples; Nelson County Crab Apples; Osman Crab Apples; Quality Crab Apples; Siberian Crab Apples; Trail Crab Apples; Transcendent Crab Apples; Wickson Crab Apples; Yellow Siberian Crab Apples

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Citation

Oulton, Randal. "Anaros Crab Apples." CooksInfo.com. Published 15 April 2008; revised 08 July 2009. Web. Accessed 12/17/2017. <http://www.cooksinfo.com/anaros-crab-apples>.

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