Similar to the Goodland Apple, but hardier. The large fruit is creamy yellow with splashes of red, good for fresh eating and cooking.
12 - 15'
15 - 20'
•Needs to be sheltered from the winter winds (especially North and West)
•Needs a sunny, well-drained location
•For best fruiting, prune annually to avoid dense growth; ripening fruit needs lots of sunlight
•Requires a second apple variety nearby for cross-pollination to produce a good crop of apples