PARSONS - When you step onto David Teets' Horseshoe Run farm, you may not notice anything unusual. It is definitely a beautiful piece of property, but it also is home to more than 80 varieties of apples.Fallawater, Rambo and Liveland Raspberry may not be familiar names to today's apple buyers, but they are some of the varieties David and his son, Paul, grow. Known as antique apples, the varieties are regaining popularity. The Teetses have more than 140 trees on their property.
Apple Growers Preserve Antique Varieties: ; Family has 80 Different Kinds On Farm, Including Many Old Favorites
"Today's apples are grown for their color to sell in supermarkets," David said. "These apples are grown for their taste. All of the old-timers remember the Fallawater apple."...