A mutation of
Gala Mitchgla is doscovered by mr. Mitchell in New Zealand.
Moderate to strong.
Quite late, the pollen is form a good quality and a little bit self-tolerant.
Early, regular and good.
The last week of September.
Gala is quite small and has a round to a little conical shape.
Pinkish-orange stripes over a yellow background are the signature of this apple, aromatically-sweet, snappy apple. Galas have gained popularity among consumers in the past 15 years. Snacking and salads are primary uses. Galas are stocked from September till May.
The pulp is white-yellow, juicy and quite sweet.
PickingtimeSeptember / September