The World's heaviest apple is a Hokuto apple over 4 pounds! (1,849 grams) The Hokuto apple is a hybrid of the Fuji and Mutsu apple breeds. Know for it’s Really big and round in shape, with red stripes on a yellowish background.It was introduced in 1983 by Aomori Apple Experiment Station, Japan. This apple has pale yellow flesh with high sugar content and a nice balanced flavour. Keeps well
Mainly used for fresh eating
Late season, late October
John Downie, Gorgeous, Dolgo
This variety is classified as a 'triploid' variety. It requires either a 'self fertile' pollinator or two other varieties that flower the same time. For further clarification please see our frequently asked quations section. White flowereed crabapples also serve as a good pollinator.