The McIntosh apple is a early and heavy producer. The flesh is white, soft and fine-textured. The flavor is distinctively tangy and aromatic. The McIntosh has a rather tough skin that has mixed red and green coloring.
It's a favorite apple for eating out of hand but also is widely used in salads, sauces, pies. It is a mainstay in fresh cider and an all-time favorite for fresh eating and salads. It has a large fruit and is used in juice, pies, and eating raw.
The McIntosh apple tree grows best in Zones 4 to 6. More info on Hardiness Zones
Zone 4 -20 Degrees °F to -30 Degrees °F
Zone 6 -0 Degrees °F to +10 Degrees °F
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