|Origin||Chance seedling in Granny Smith’s backyard at Eastwood, NSW, Australia, prior to 1868 when fruiting.|
|Disease status||Susceptible to mildew.|
|Chilling requirement||Medium high.|
|Blossom and pollination||
|Fruit shape||Large tall conical.|
|Skin and flesh||
Green; at late harvest will be yellow and greasy.|
Crisp, juicy and sweet flesh; excellent flavour.
|Harvest and yield||
Mid April to May.|
Heavy yield; bears on one-year wood.
|Storage||Long, susceptible to scald.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.12 Apple varieties.