Fuji

Origin

Developed in Japan in the 1930s

Parentage

Ralls Janet and Red Delicious

When We Harvest

October

Nicknames

None

Appearance

Bi-colored, typically striped with yellow and red

Fun Fact

This apple is named after the highest mountain in Japan: Mt. Fuji. The name is appropriate, because Rowley’s Red Barn believes Fuji apples taste best when grown in higher elevations where the growing season is longer (like Utah!), allowing more sugars to be packed into the apple

What are Fuji good for?

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  • Eating
  • Storing
  • Pies
  • Salads
  • Sauce
  • Juice
  • Baking
  • Drying
  • Freezing