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Apples Ripening In The Sun Puzzle Details:

About: Click start and join us in the apple orchard. Put the pieces of this fun puzzle back together and see juicy apples ripening in warm summer sun. Apple crops ripen at different times of the year according to the cultivar. Apple cultivars ripen at different times of the year; in the summer include 'Gala', 'Golden Supreme', 'McIntosh', 'Transparent', 'Primate', 'Sweet Bough', and 'Duchess'; fall producers include 'Fuji', 'Jonagold', 'Golden Delicious', 'Red Delicious', 'Chenango', 'Gravenstein', 'Wealthy', 'McIntosh', 'Snow', and 'Blenheim'; winter producers include 'Winesap', 'Granny Smith', 'King', 'Wagener', 'Swayzie', 'Greening', and 'Tolman Sweet'. So what's your favorite type of apple? Solve this fun and colorful puzzle and let us know. have fun!
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