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Crisp, spicy, juicy flesh and highly aromatic. One of many fine old apples to have in originated in the Brushy Mt. Region of northwest North Carolina, and a former commercial apple of that region. A fine eating apple with bright yellow skin with a dull red wash and some russet on the skin. Very good keeper. Tree has a lovely, sturdy yet somewhat slightly weeping form (aka limbertwig). Fruit ripens in October-November. Circa 19th century.
Recommended for ORGANIC GROWING
Uses: Fresh eating and cider.
Blooms: Mid-Late Season
Resistant to: Generally hardy and resilient but specifics not known.
€‹Pollination: Not Verified.
Plant Size: 5-6′ Tall, unbranched whip. Potted from May-September. Bare-Root October-April.
Rootstock: M7 Dwarf Rootstock- (10-15′ at maturity, precocious, needs staked for support)
Zones 5-8 (estimate)
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