How did granny smith apples get their name?
The Granny Smith apples originated in Australia in 1868. They are named after Maria Ann Smith, who propagated a seedling found growing by a creek on her property when she was 69 years old. Known by locals as Granny Smith, the apples soon became known as granny smith's apples.
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