Prairie Spy

It was selected in 1923 from seeds planted in 1914, and introduced commercially in 1940.

Large fruit that are red over a yellow background, firm apple with a tangy taste that’s great for fresh eating and baking. Aging and chilling makes the flavor better. Good flavor that improves in storage, a very good keeper.

Tree is very vigorous and productive.

  • Bloom: Mid-Season
  • USDA Zone: 4
  • Fruit Storage:  Long Storage
  • Ripen:  Late October
  • Uses:  Fresh eating and baking.