Gold Ridge Apple
This Burbank crossbred apple, unlike a good many others that have been shown, does not reveal the characteristics of the Winterstein, at least as to color, although it has strains of that apple in its heritage. Mr. Burbank thinks so well of this particular variety, that he has given it the name of his Gold Ridge Farm, where his chief orchards are located. It illustrates the possibility of developing valuable new varieties, even of this most widely cultivated of fruits.
This image is from: Luther Burbank: his methods and discoveries and their practical application. Volume 4 Chapter 6