This is about the hardiest apple we've come across. Norhey comes from the Morden Research Station, Agriculture Canada, by Dr. C. R. Ure in the 60's, bred to survive harsh Prairie winters. It's a good, consistent cropper with a vigorous, upright growth habit. The fruit is uniform, 6.5 cm diameter with green skin turning to yellow after picking. Stores 6 weeks. It's fair for fresh eating, good for cooking and juicing with sweet, sub acid flavours and creamy crisp flesh.
Canadian Hardiness Zone: 1
Recommended Use: fresh eating, cooking
Ripens: Late August
Pollination: Requires a pollinator
Height including roots: 100-200 cm one-year tree