The Goodland apple tree variety was developed by Agriculture Canada Research Center in Morden, Manitoba in 1925. Goodland is a semi sweet apple with a creamy-green skin and a red blush. It is aromatic, has a fine texture making it good to puree and very good for eating fresh. A good sized apple that can keep up to 20 weeks in a cool room.
Fresh and sauces
Early harvest mid-August
Partially self fertile, John Downie, Gorgeous, Dolgo