One of the most popular apples in the world today, the McIntosh apple gained its roots back in 1811 at a farm in ‘Upper Canada.
The McIntosh is a small to medium sized apple with greenish-yellow skin. The apple matures in September and blushes to saturated red skin with distinct vertical striping. The flesh is white and crispy, crunchy, and juicy. The apple stores well but is best eaten off the tree or cooked within a couple weeks of harvest. The apple’s flesh cooks down easily making it perfect for pies and sauces.
USDA Zone: 4-10
Mature Height: M.111: 18-22′
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