Apple Tree, Pewaukee

This Wisconsin apple is fantastic for baking.
SKU: AT0015
  • Coarse, tender fruits
  • Ripens in late October

A cross between ‘Northern Spy’ and a ‘Duchess of Oldenburg’ seedling from Pewaukee, WI in 1842.

Medium to large fruits are round with a green-yellow skin that has light and dark red markings and a gray bloom. The flesh is veined with yellow, crisp, coarse, tender, with a brisk, aromatic flavor great for baking. The trees are upright spreading. The fruit ripens late in Oct in Zone 4.