|Origin||Bud sport of Braeburn, 1981, Mr and Mrs John Hill, Hastings, New Zealand.|
|Tree||Moderate vigour but can be stunted and dwarfed if overcropped or on poor soils.|
|Disease status||Susceptible to scab and mildew.|
|Chilling requirement||Quite high.|
|Blossom and pollination||
Early–mid season, spur flowers tend to be much earlier.|
Granny Smith, Manchurian.
|Fruit shape||Tall conical in shape, closed eye in small basin, medium stalk in narrow basin.|
|Skin and flesh||
Bright orange-red with stripes, attractive, lenticels quite prominent, susceptible to sunburn.|
Creamy, firm, crisp, juicy, flavour with a tang; does not brown quickly when cut.
|Harvest and yield||
About 17 days after Delicious.|
Medium yield. Can be biennial.
|Storage||Excellent but can be susceptible to bitter pit.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.12 Apple varieties.