Vigorous, large tree, upright spreading. hardy. It produces light crops when young, increasing as the tree matures.  The flesh is white. Tender. Moderately juicy and refreshingly sweet-tart. Stores well. Lends itself best to pies and crisps and dried. Origins: Found as a chance seedling near Hudson, New York (U.S.A.) 1840s. A.J. Downing introduced it as a "strikingly beautiful apple we found growing on a farm near Hudson, N.Y." in the 1847 issue of his "The Fruits and Fruit Trees of America."

Cranberry Pippin