JonamacJonamac, like its name suggests, is a cross between McIntosh and Jonathan. It came to us from the Geneva Experiment Station in New York in 1972.
A crisp red apple with bright white flesh and refreshing sweet flavor. It is an excellent dessert quality. The fruit is very similar in appearance to Mac, but is more highly colored and firmer. Eating quality is superior to Mac. The fruit is only medium sized and will soften in storage.
Jonamac is a moderately vigorous, upright to spreading tree. It is very productive. Moderately tolerant to fire blight.
Bloom:  Mid-Season
USDA Zone: 3
Fruit Storage: Excellent
Backyard Spacing: 12-15 ft.
Ripen:  Mid-Season
Uses:  Fresh eating (sweet), dessert, cooking, Cider making