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Wednesday, July 7, 2010

How Do You Like Those Apples?

Today, a Meebo patron wanted to know if apples are grown or harvested in any southern states. Indeed they are! Apples are grown all over the U.S., and the South is no exception. A website called All About Apples lists apple orchards in nearly every state in the Union, and several are located in the southern region of the country. Here’s a list of cities and towns where you can find apple orchards in southern states:

Athens, Hazel Green, Cullman

Greenbrier, Wynne, Conway, Clarksville, Dover, Omaha

Ellijay, Locust Grove, Mount Airy, Lakemont, Alto, Blue Ridge, McCaysville, East Ellijay, Clarkesville, Demorest, Moultrie

Virgie, Maysville, Versailles, Bedford, Mt. Serling, Shelbyville, Nancy, Louisville, Hodgenville, Paris, Campbellsville, Central City, Clay, Bowling Green, Eddyville, Henderson, Allensville, Hopkinsville, Owensboro, Hudson, Paducah, Scottsville, Russellville, Big Clifty, Edmonton

Pontotoc, Rienzi, Liberty, Greenville

South Carolina
Long Creek, Mountain Rest, Inman

Sevierville, Pleasant Shade, Cleveland, Spencer, Cosby, Mount Juliet, Summertown, Signal Mountain, Buffalo Valley, Springfield, Union City, Rogersville, Arrington, Gallatin, Crossville, Adams, Dunlap, Russellville

Idalou, Pittsburg, Roanoke, Lometa, La Feria, Medina, Fredericksburg, Pollock, Mason, Carthage, Wichita Falls

Arlington, Purcellville, Syria, Markham, Winchester, Flint Hill, Woodville, Amissville, Middletown, Stephens City, Cross Junction, Timberville, Bedford, Cana, Charlottesville, Crozet, Afton, Faber, Roseland, Pembroke, Lovingston, Tyro, Daleville, Duffield, Troutville, Monroe, Bent Mountain, Piney River, Chatham, Critz, Wytheville, Moseley, Oak Grove, Hampton

West Virginia
Kearneysville, Romney, Martinsburg, Gerrardstown, Harpers Ferry, Summit Point, Charles Town

And there you have it! If our Meebo patron or any of our other readers out there have any more questions about apples or where to find them, All About Apples is a great place to start. And as always, you can contact the MLC reference staff, and we’ll be happy to find out for you!


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