Cranberry Pippin arose near Hudson, New York in the 1840’s and gained attention for its large size, bright red color and outstanding keeping qualities. The tree is very hardy and vigorous and demonstrates good resistance to apple scab, making it a good selection for areas prone to this fungal disease. A very attractive apple with yellow skin covered with streaks and stripes of light and dark red. The tender white flesh is juicy with a pleasing subacid flavor. Ripens in October and is a good keeper.