A world renowned heirloom apple. Arriving in America in the 1700's, it's a terrific sauce and pie apple that ripens late August to early September. The color varies, but is usually greenish-yellow covered with broad red stripes. The creamy-white flesh is crisp, juicy, very aromatic and dense with old-fashioned tart-sweet flavor. The vigorous, highly productive trees usually need the fruit to be thinned for a good annual crop.
Zone: 2-7 Light: Height: 20' to 25' Width: 0" Spacing: 0" State Restrictions: AK;AZ;CA;HI;ID
Planting Season: Spring Years to Fruit: 6yrs. Fruiting Time: early September Size Shipped: 3 to 5 foot bareroot trees Foliage Color: Green Needs Pollinator: Yes