This introduction from the University of Minnesota is an early apple with fruit color 60-85% red depending on exposure to the sun. Where the sun shines on the fruit, a bright rosy-red blush develops, while shaded areas are often creamy yellow. Excellent sweet tart flavor with a hint of brown sugar, perfect for cooking and fresh eating. Apples remain crisp for 2-2 ½ months in refrigeration. Ripens in late August to late September.
Requires pollinator, such as Lodi.
Blooms: Early Spring
Water Requirements: Medium
Exposure: Full Sun
Years to Bear: 2-5
Features: Pollinator, Bird Friendly, Edible
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