McIntosh (Indian Creek)

McIntosh is an apple first discovered in Ontario, Canada 1798, named in 1870. A classic New England heirloom apple.

Fruit beautiful deep red color, size variable. Flesh white, firm, tender, very juicy, flavor characteristically aromatic, perfumed, subacid. Have a distinctive, spicy, sweet "Mac" flavor.

Tree is moderate to large, tends to be bienniel unless it is thinned. Hardy to zone 4. Susceptible to apple scab. Ready to harvest September; Season: September - December.

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