Reinette Du Canada – France Before 1771

Esteemed in France for making tarts and late eating when mellowed. A very late season medium size apple. Fruit greenish-yellow gold. Medium to large. Great dessert apple sharp, dry, sweet, crisp texture and flavor. Picked early, it’s considered a top cooking apple, tart and flavorful; when picked later and stored, you’ll find a sweet and relatively dry eating apple. Consider Grimes Golden and/or Newtown Pippin for pollination. Triploid

Uses: Fresh Eating & Cooking

Harvest: Very Late

Zones: 5-9

Attributes: Excellent Storage Quality

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