|Origin||Chance seedling from Donnybrook, Western Australia, about 1935; thought to be a cross between Rokewood and Granny Smith.|
|Disease status||Moderately susceptible to scab and mildew.|
|Blossom and pollination||
Most mid-season varieties.
|Fruit shape||Medium, round conical, globose-oblate.|
|Skin and flesh||
Bright pink-red with a stripe over most of the surface.|
Smooth, firm, crisp texture with acceptable flavour when the satisfactory sugar–acid balance is allowed to develop.
|Harvest and yield||
Very late, not suitable for cold climates.|
Precocious bearer, but needs crop regulation for good size.
|Storage||Long; does scald; excellent shelf life.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.12 Apple varieties.