Granniwinkle Apple - Semi-Dwarf
An old American sharp cider apple high in sugar and acids and low in tannin. Named for the grower who first cultivated it in New Jersey in the early 1800's it is green/yellow with red stripes. It is a vigorous upright tree and a prolific cropper that ripens in September. It's often mixed with Harrison. Prized for fresh eating or cider. On EMLA 106 semi-dwarf rootstock.