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This apple hailing from Connecticut and planted in New York around the 1800's has been selected for use in development of new varieties. the apple is quite large. Yellow fruit with bright red tints and distinct streaks. White flesh that is very juicy, crisp, tender and aromatic. The tree can grow quite large and has upright tree-growing habit with dense foliage.


Blooms: Late so escapes late frosts

Ripens: Late Fall

Uses: Dessert, pie making, frying apple butter, cider

Storage: Excellen. Retains flavor after storing

Northern Spy