Very large round-conic fruit, faintly red-striped in the shade and brightly blushed orange-red in the sun. More conic than its famous oblate child, Wolf River. Firm coarse tender slightly tart juicy flesh, best known for its cooking qualities, although also quite good tart fresh eating.
First arrived in the U.S. in 1835 and quickly spread north. Long famous in Aroostook County and other northern areas where it can be picked for several weeks, reaching its prime in late fall.
Bears young. Good cropper. Blooms midseason. Resistant to scab. Very hardy. Z3. Maine Grown. (Standard: 3-6' bare-root trees)
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