|Origin||PRI (Universities of Purdue, Rutgers and Illinois Co-operative scab resistant breeding program) selection by E. B. Williams, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA. Patent by Flemings.|
|Disease status||Scab resistant, moderate resistance to fireblight and mildew.|
|Chilling requirement||Quite high.|
|Blossom and pollination||
|Fruit shape||Medium to large, attractive, uniform, flat conical, long stalk in deep basin with slight russet sometimes; partly open eye in deep wide basin.|
|Skin and flesh||
Bright red to crimson (100%), slight stripe, smooth and shiny.|
Creamy flesh, red under the skin, crisp, medium grain, firm, juicy, sweet with slight tang and sub acid with moderate spicy flavour.
|Harvest and yield||
Early March about Jonathan time, 7–8 days before Delicious.|
Fruit hangs well; moderately heavy cropper; annual bearer.
|Storage||6 weeks; slight susceptibility to bitter pit and water core.|
This information forms part of Agfact H4.1.12 Apple varieties.