A medium-sized yellow fruit striped with red, and scarlet all over when ripe. One of our favorites for fresh eating, and it’s great for pies, sauces, and preserves as well. It has crisp and very juicy flesh. Blooms profusely over a long period, bears young and heavily, and is an excellent pollinator. It’s also resistant to scab, fire blight, and cedar-apple rust. Originated in Minnesota around 1860.