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This is a classic Canadian and New England apple. Very distinctive tart and spicy taste. Thought to be a seedling of Fameuse or perhaps St. Lawrence. Dundela, Ontario, 1811. First discovered by John McIntosh on his farm near the St. Lawrence River and propagated by his son Allan McIntosh. This is a medium to large apple, round and slightly flattened on the ends. Yellow skin which is flushed and stroped with deep red, often covered with a bloom. The apple is white fleshed and crisp. Vigorous tree and sets heavy crops.


Self-fertile tree

Blooms: Early to Midseason

Ripens: Falll

Uses: Dessert, baking and cider and some people love to eat too

Storage: Good

Tree Found: Norwood