Definition of Stayman
1. Noun. Apple grown chiefly in the Shenandoah Valley.
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Literary usage of Stayman
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1. The Commercial Apple Industry of North America by John Clifford Folger, Samuel Mable Thomson (1921)
"Among the newer varieties, the Stayman Winesap stands out as one of the ... The Stayman is one of the softest of the winter varieties, yet a good keeper. ..."
2. Transactions of the American Horticultural Society by American Horticultural Society, Mississippi Valley Horticultural Society (1883)
"J. Stayman, OF KANSAS. As this Society is composed of persons living over a very wide range of country and a diversified climate, it would appear that the ..."
3. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"The orchard is well known for its Red and Golden Delicious, Winesap, Rome, Stayman ana Granny Smith apples, as well as for cider, apple butter and pumpkins. ..."
4. The Apples of New York by Spencer Ambrose Beach, Nathaniel Ogden Booth, Orrin Morehouse Taylor (1905)
"This variety was originated from seed of Winesap in 1866 at Leavenworth, Kan., by Dr. J. Stayman and bore its first fruit in 1875 ..."
5. Biennial Report by Kansas State Horticultural Society (1904)
"It may be said that Doctor Stayman was born and raised a fruit-grower. ... Doctor Stayman was for upwards of forty years engaged in experimental work. ..."