Geniton apple


A name for Ralls Janet, a variety of eating apple raised in Amherst County in Virginia by Mr Caleb Ralls some time around 1800. It is thought it might have been a French apple called Genet brought to the United States for Thomas Jefferson, and the name be a corruption of Genet. This late-season variety is harvested from early October and is at its best from January to May.

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