Produces an abundance of large, juicy, sweet, greenish-scarlet apples with an attractive red blush and crisp, sweet, pure-white flesh. Growth is vertical with a little branching, an excellent choice for small gardens. Naturally dwarf trees, only 8–12' when mature, often yield fruit the first year after planting. Good disease resistance. Partner with a companion apple tree, such as another columnar variety, for cross-pollination.
1 tree per 3 gallon pot