Large, red striped green apple with a white flesh. Good for eating fresh but better as a cooking apple because of its coarse texture. Excellent disease resistance. Ripens in mid-august, but does not keep well.
Resistant to apple scab and cedar-apple rust. Medium size red fruit with white flesh. Sweet flavour, slightly tart with good storage life. Ripens around end of September. Excellent substitute for McIntosh.
Skin is smooth, waxy with medium thickness. Yellow ground colour, medium amount of streaked red over colour. Flesh with medium juiciness and moderate firmness. Sweet cotton candy-like flavour. Good resistant to scab. Early bearer.
This tree's medium-sized fruit is pale yellow, tart, firm, and juicy. As the name implies, this is one of the earliest apples, ripening in early August and lasting throughout the season. Good for fresh consumption and processing, especially for juices, pies and sauces.