Fruit – Vegetable – Tropical Fruits
The 'Green Global Apple' in Europe gained great importance in the 60's and spread rapidly, particularly in France and Italy.
This variety is a coincidence seedling. Maria-Ann Smith discovered it in her garden close to Sydney in 1868, and named it it “grandma” (granny) and the world success story of Granny Smith had begun.
The Granny is a medium to large variety with grass-green colour.
They are freshly juicy and delicately acidic with robust flesh.
They are ready from the beginning of October.
It may be consumed freshly, but also baked and cooked to make desserts, fruit salads, strudels, sweets, cocktails and compotes.