|This tree has a nice form, medium in size. Medium fruit is yellow at first, eventually turning red. Flesh is firm, subacid, juicy, white. Bears regularly on spurs and bud tips. Harvest time is early September. Pollination is required for fruit production. Some varieties can set fruit by self-pollination while others require cross pollination. Good candidates for cross pollination are: 'Liberty', 'Ein Shemer', 'Dorsett Golden', 'Spartan',and 'Gala'. Careful early training, annual pruning and shaping are required to insure healthy and productive trees. Apple trees are susceptible to a variety of pests and diseases but are very rewarding when properly cared for.