Macoun' apples are a cross between the 'McIntosh' and 'Jersey Black' cultivars. The Macoun is named after Canadian horticulturalist W.T. Macoun, but sometimes also pronounced either "Ma-coon" or "McCowan" was developed at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station.
The skin is a dark red with a purplish flush. Extra-sweet and aromatic with tender, snow-white flesh.
Excellent for for fresh eating, sauces and salads.
Macoun apples don’t keep very long; they are best used within a few weeks of picking. Store Macoun apples in the refrigerator for up to two weeks. Harvest October through November
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For other varieties that will pollinate this variety we recommmend this 'Pollination Checker' from out friends at Orange Pippin Trees in the UK.