Probable seedling of Alexander; Wisconsin, 1875. Harvest: late September-mid-October, Season: October-December. Spectacularly large, up to 1 lb. Outstanding culinary apple; good blended in cider as well. Pale yellow skin covered in dull red. Flesh is tender, subacid-tart, and juicy. Tree is long-lived, hardy and productive. High resistance to scab and mildew.
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