A true McIntosh that colors early and hangs well on the tree. Tree has a vigorous growth habit with a pleasant, spreading canopy. Sweet, aromatic fruit develops a solid-red blush with minimal striping. Flesh is a cream color with a tinge of green. Discovered in Comstock Park, Michigan in 1999. Keeps up to 6 months in proper storage. Ripens in mid to late September. Pollinator required: Choose another early-blooming apple variety, like Cortland or Zestar!®. See more Recommended Pollinators below. B. Thome McIntosh cv.