Another PRI apple with superb disease resistance (I have seen fire blight but nothing fatal; don’t over-fertilize or over-prune this variety because that can lead to vigorous shoots that are more susceptible to blight). This is a rarity: a yellow apple with cedar rust resistance! A beautiful, yellow apple with lemony flavor early, mellowing to hints of banana later. It’s so early (right after Tennesse Strawberry and before Williams Pride) that it misses the summer rots AND sooty blotch. It lives up to its name: it is one of the prettiest, “cleanest” apples I can grow here in the South. Available only on semi-dwarfing MM.111.