|This variety bears medium to large, irregular-shaped fruit with red striped, light-green skin. The flesh is very juicy and tart. Has excellent flavor and is good for cooking and eating. Unless thinned this tree bears only in alternating years.
There are varieties of apples suitable for almost all of the climate zones in the United States. They prefer cold winters, moderate summer and high humidity. Apples are deciduous and must be pollinated in order to produce fruit. Apple trees should be pruned in summer and winter. Codling Moths are one of the most serious apple pests.