Red St. Lawrence Apple ScionwoodThis is a twig for grafting. Early Fall. Branch sport of St. Lawrence. Newburgh, Maine, 20th century.
Early fall all-purpose variety with high dessert quality makes excellent sauce. Also makes a top-notch flavorful pie. Not a storage apple.
Originated as a spontaneous mutation (sport) on one branch of Roger Luce’s old St. Lawrence tree in Newburgh. Although marked with St. Lawrence’s typical striking dark red lines, the medium-large round-oblate apples also have a unique rich red ground color. The dark red stripes and the lighter red background is stunning. Tender sweet mildly subacid flesh, tinted with red. Blooms midseason. Z3.
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