As a visualization of the sheer quantity of apple cultivars which originated around the globe, this map illustrates a surprising distribution of over 800 cultivars.
Cultivars from around the world
This pie chart shows the place of origin for the myriad cultivars (including extinct varieties) that have been grown in New York State. Apples were originally introduced to the New York State by the Europeans. Since then trees have been grafted using scions from around the world. Apples grown in New York State are mostly descendants of apples from Europe. Even though they are descendants these apples can be refereed to as apples of the United States.
Ripening season in each country
Apples mostly ripen for harvest during winter. Apples from Russia seem to be an exception; they ripen during summer.
Cultivars from each state
Ripening season for cultivars in each state
Cultivars and seasons
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