Large, creamy yellow apple with a splash of red.
Excellent fresh eating and cooking apple.
Crisp, juicy, tender white flesh. Makes excellent sauce too!
Ripens late August to early September.
Hardy to -50 degrees F. with only occasional winter injury.
Developed in Manitoba, Canada and introduced in 1948.
3 – 4 foot bare root tree
Hardy Antonovka rootstock is a nearly full-sized tree that withstands the coldest of weather. Does not sucker. Resistant to drought, crown rot, collar rot, apple scab, powdery mildew, and crow gall.