Zone: 4 – 8
Pollination Group: 2
Ripens: End of September
Fertility: Needs a pollinator
Skin Colour: Probably the reddest of the Macs with virtually no speckling
Flesh: White. One of the firmest of the Macs.
Flavour: Fresh with light tartness
Usage: Good for fresh eating, applesauce, cider, and juice
Notes: The tree is less vigorous than Marshall’s McIntosh but is resistant to late-season drop. Susceptible to apple scab. Good resistance to fire blight.