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This hidden rose apple is pinkish red on the inside and is sweet and tart in flavor. The flavor would best be compared to pink lemonade. The texture is firm and crispy.

General Information of the Hidden Rose Apple

Culinary artists choose this hidden rose apple for its attractive color to inhance salad presentation and to provide a unique taste sensation.

Appearance and Flavor
The Hidden Rose Apple is a versatile fruit that is both attractive and delicious. Its beautiful rose-colored flesh makes the apple an attractive addition to salads, sauces and pies.

History of the Hidden Rose Apple

This unique apple was discovered in the 1960s at a fruit farm in Airlie Oregon when the owner took a bite of an apple from a mature tree and found it was pinkish red on the inside. The farm was later sold in 1966, and then 20 years later, the field manager of the farm rediscovered the special tree after taking bite from one of its apples.

The scions from tree were then grafted onto other trees. The first Hidden Rose orchard was planted in 1992.

Organically grown in Kings Valley, Oregon, the color and sweetness of the apples are enhanced by the mild climate of the Pacific Northwest with its warm days and cool nights. The apple is certified ā€œorganicā€ by the Oregon Tilth Organization and the United States Department of Agriculture.

The apple is certified by The Oregon Tilth Organization and the United States Department of Agriculture.

Hidden rose apples are ripe and ready to eat as soon as youĀ receiveĀ them!

The Hidden Rose AppleĀ® story

The original tree from which today’s Hidden Rose Apple trees are grown was located on land belonging to Lucky and Audrey Newell in Airlie, Oregon. The “parent tree” of the unique apple known as the Newell-Kimzey variety grew in the middle of the Newells’ meadow just six feet from an abandoned, hand-dug well.

In the mid 1960s, the Newells moved to a large property and sold the eighty acres where this one and only red-fleshed apple tree stood.

Two decades later, Louis Kimzey, former field manager at Thomas Paine Farms, was walking through the Newells’ old orchards and picked an apple from a large tree. Biting into it, he was amazed to find the pink flesh of what would become known as the Hidden Rose AppleĀ®.

The first Hidden Rose AppleĀ® orchard was planted by Eric Schwartz in 1992. Eric enjoys farming in Oregon and Washington and has a particular fondness for growing fruit trees and protecting the environment. He is a conscientious grower who cares deeply about preservation of the land and minimal use of chemicals for all growing operations on his farms.

Thomas Paine Farms is the first farm in the United States to be certified for ā€œsustainable agricultural practices.ā€ The apple is certified ā€œorganicā€ by The Oregon Tilth Organization and the United States Department of Agriculture.

The total weight of each box varies depending on the size, shape, andĀ massĀ of the fruit:
–Ā Small BoxĀ contains up to 3-5 pounds.

Additional information

Box Sizes

Large Box, Small Box


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