Gravenstein


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Gra·ven·stein

 (grā′vən-stēn′)
n.
A variety of all-purpose apple having a red-streaked green skin.

[After Gravenstein (Graasten), town in Denmark (formerly northern Germany).]
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Harmon Andrews took second prize for Gravenstein apples and Mr.
1005 Gravenstein, Hwy N., Sebastopol, CA 95472-2811
You won't bump into lost tourists or limo gridlock along the Gravenstein Highway.
However, that target proved within the compass of C& NW as Gravenstein (40) and ex-Bedworth batsman Marco Higgins (28) headed the successful run chase, reaching 140-5 and victory despite Scott Friswell's 3-25 stint.
Stefan Gravenstein took aim at the other side of the equation, stressing the need for all health care workers and volunteers with patient contact to be vaccinated each fall and during a community outbreak.
Gravenstein, medical director of Tockwotton Home, Providence, R.I., and clinical director of Quality Partners of Rhode Island.
Their heirloom apple trees listed are; Baldwin, Calville Blanc, Chenango Strawberry, Cox Orange Pippin, Dutchess of Oldenburg, Fall Pippin, Golden Russet, Granny Smith, Gravenstein, Grimes Golden, Lady, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Opalescent, Pound Sweet, Red Astrachan, R.I.
BALDWIN BRAEBURN CORTLAND CRAB ELSTAR EMPIRE FUJI GALA GOLDEN DELICIOUS GRANNY SMITH GRAVENSTEIN IDARED JONATHAN LADY MACINTOSH MACOUN MUTSU NORTHERN SPY PIPPIN RED DELICIOUS ROME BEAUTY SPARTAN STAYMAN WINESAP YORK
Nuclear Free Zone." Sebastopol is celebrated mainly for its Gravenstein apple orchards and its relaxed life-style.
1005 Gravenstein Highway North, Sebastopol, CA 95472
Official tree: The Gravenstein apple; look for the gnarled little trees lining State 116 (also called the Gravenstein Highway) north of town.