Beach recommended it for “home use or general market purposes,” describing the flesh as “slightly tinged with yellow, firm, moderately fine-grained to a little coarse, tender, crisp, juicy, sprightly sub-acid.” Large roundish conic greenish white fruit with a reddish blush and a short stem. Should keep quite well in the root cellar.
Probably little-known in Maine but more common in southern New England. This is another of those impossibly vague names that might apply to any number of apples. Our scionwood from Tower Hill Botanic Garden. Blooms midseason. Z3 or 4. Maine Grown. (Standard: 3-6' bare-root trees)
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