What I'm enjoying is seeing how the fruit all looks the same then as they grow their individual characteristics start to show...a celebration of difference!
Sugarloaf pippin is an early apple with a long shape...starting to become just a bit more bulbous at the top...
Esopus spitzenburg is an old variety of a classic round shape...is said to be brilliant red and is looking that way!
Caville blanc d'hiver is an old french apple, particularly good for cider. It has a knobbly shape which is quickly becoming evident here!
And just for fun...a flash back to last years summer strawberry apple as featured on a gleaning apron :o)