Available in August into October; Paula Red apples were discovered around 1960 by grower Lewis Arends near a McIntosh block in his orchard in Michigan. He named the apple after his wife, Pauline. Paula Reds appeared on the market as a distinct cultivar in 1968.
What’s It Like?
- Crisp white flesh
- Pleasantly aromatic
Perfect for applesauce; tartness allows for less (or no) sugar to be added.