Striped Harvey Apple ScionwoodThis is a twig for grafting. Summer. Oxford County, Maine. First documented in 1852 when it was exhibited at the Oxford County Agricultural Society.
Very large, round fruit. Pale yellow-green overlaid with red streaks turning solid red in the sun and covered with a bluish bloom. Moderately crisp, juicy, white flesh. Superior fresh eating. A favorite of George Stilphen, author of The Apples of Maine. Z4.
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