Productive trees yield superb-tasting fruit. Ideal for fresh eating. Also good for salads, cakes, breads, cookies, pies, and jams. Developed in New Hampshire by Professor Meader. Smooth, deep-green leaves turn a gorgeous rusty red in the fall — a spectacular sight in the landscape, especially when accompanied by the ripe glowing-orange fruit. Cold hardy. Ripens in September to late fall. Grafted. Self-pollinating.
|Ripens/Harvest||Late September To Mid October|
|Shade/Sun||Partial Shade - Full Sun|
|Soil Moisture||Well Drained|
|Texture||Firm Until Soft Ripe|
|Years to Bear||3 - 4|
|Zone Range||4 - 8|