A McIntosh-Yellow Newton Pippin cross raised at the Dominion Experiment station, Summerland, British Columbia. Introduced in 1936. An aromatic, McIntosh type, dessert apple with an attractive rich purplish-red color. Flesh is very white, firmer than a McIntosh, crisp, fine-textured, juicy and flavorful. Dwarfing rootstocks are recommended to maintain good size because tree has a tendency to overcrop. Harvest early October.
They keep well.