A unique mix of citrus-like acidity and sweetness makes this apple stand out. Coming from New Jersey in 1817, its uniqueness is still worthy of attention today. Sweet enough for fresh eating, but more famous for cooking/baking and particularly drying as it is naturally non-browning. Tree is vigorous and bears heavily annually.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 4
Recommended Use: fresh eating, cooking, cider
Ripens: Early September
Pollination: Requires a pollinator
Height including roots: 100-200 cm one-year tree