The Pride Of Washington State

Gala Apple

Gala is an absolute favorite for fresh eating. It is heart-shaped with distinctive yellow-orange skin with red striping and the aromatic and sweet smell are its trademark..

Gala is just the right size for snacking and is great in salads. Good for baking and very good in applesauce.

Harvest for this variety begin around the middle of August and lasts through early September. Galas were introduced into the market in 1965 and were originated in New Zealand by plant breeders.

It is a cross of Cox's Orange Pippin and Golden Delicious. It matures to a bright overall red color with bold red stripes over a yellow background. The fruit is firm, juicy, fine textured with a yellow white flesh.

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