Jazz Apple


#41

So I haven’t paid much attention to club apples. I know that only members of the “club” can grow them currently, will it remain that way in perpetuity?


#42

It rots on the tree. That should not be an issue for you, its very location-dependent. Southeastern climates are very hard on many apple varieties, probably more than half rot too much for me.


#43

Thanks, I hadn’t even considered location. I feel really fortunate that I don’t have the rot problems so many in the East have. I do really well with apples, pears and plums. Peaches and sweet cherries don’t do well, may be to cold or I don’t have the right variety.
And, I also really like Jazz apples, I have a seedling that is 4 or 5 years old. I need to do better about its care. Not in a good area and it needs a good trim.


#44

I bought a bag of Pink Lady apples this time, as well as another bag of Jazz. The P.L. do not compare to the Jazz. I need to try P.L. from another vendor I think. The Jazz are just as good as the bag I bought last week. I really like these apples.


#45

I grew up on Fruit Loops, it’s probably why I like Jazz. I try to avoid cereals these days though.