Cortland is a prolific offspring of McIntosh that bears exquisite ruby-red fruit with clean, bright flesh that is very slow to brown after cutting. Perfect for chilled salads, but also an ideal choice for crisps, pies and cider. Originated in 1898 from Geneva, New York.
Cold-hardy. Ripens in mid-September. Pollinator required: Choose another early or mid-blooming apple variety. A licensed variety of Cornell University.