A fine apple of the Deep South brought to our notice by our friend and fellow apple collector, Joyce Neighbors of Gadsden, Alabama. The tree originated by a roadside in southern Alabama around 1945 where a road crew took notice of this fine flavored and attractive fruit. This is a good variety for growing in warmer climates as it requires a relatively low number of chilling hours. A large, mostly red fruit ripening August to September.



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