The Lobster mushroom is actually a parasitic hybrid of the fluorescent red-orange fungal parasite, Hypomyces lactifluorum, and the brittle white mushroom, Russula brevipes.
The largest of all tree-borne fruits, jack fruit is oval-shaped and knobbly-skinned. This fruit can weigh up to eighty or ninety pounds.
Red Gold Apples
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Red Gold apples are a small- to medium-sized oblong fruit with shiny deep red skin over a gold background. The flesh is juicy and light yellow. Red Gold claims to be the sweetest apple on the market, so this apple is great for those who like sweet fruit without any tangy notes. The Red Gold apple tree can grow up to 30 feet high and produces long lasting pink and white flowers that transform into these sweet fruits.
Red Gold apples are available in the early fall through the winter months.
Red Gold apples are a variety of Malus domestica from the United States. They are a cross of Golden Delicious and Red Delicious, which resulted in the name Red Gold.
Red Gold apples, like all apples, contain many great nutrients. They are especially high in Vitamin C and dietary fiber, and also contain some Vitamin E, Vitamin K, and Vitamin A. Red Golds contain more sugar than most varieties.
This apple has a variety of uses. They are especially good for eating fresh, for making applesauce, and for pressing into cider. Kids love Red Golds since they are so sweet and are the perfect size for lunch boxes and small hands. Red Golds store well in the refrigerator for many weeks.
Red Golds are part of a long Washington state apple tradition. Beginning in the 1820s, American settlers started growing apples in the state's rich soil. Today, the state has almost 200,000 acres of apple orchards, including some that grow Red Golds.
Red Gold is an American apple variety. It was developed in Cashmere, Washington and introduced in 1946.
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