Winter. Concord, MA, 1817. Distributed by the James Bloodgood & Co. nursery in Queens, NY, in the 1800s. Very late-season all-purpose apple good for dessert, cooking, cider and apple molasses. Medium-large fruits vary in shape from oblate to conic. Pale yellow skin is covered with a pink-red blush and grey scarf-skin to create a striking purplish hue. Yellow-green flesh is firm and very sweet. Heavy cropper. Scionwood originally obtained from the Nick Botner Collection in Yoncalla, OR. Growing nicely in the Maine Heritage Orchard. Blooms mid-to-late season. Z4. Maine Grown.LIMITED SUPPLY! (Standard: 3-6' bare-root trees)
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