This small orange-red apple has been an American favorite for more than 250 years. It is also called the "snow apple" because of its white flesh which is sometimes streaked with red.
The apples ripen in September, are tender and juicy with a great sweet/tart flavor. They are prized for fresh eating and cooking and make an aromatic bitter/sweet cider.
It is a mid season bloomer. USDA Zones 4-9.