They have greenish yellow skin flushed with red. Inside, the white flesh is crisp, juicy, tender and aromatic.
The fruit ripens mid-September.
The tree is winter hardy if it is in a sheltered area.
For fresh-eating and sauce.
Stores well, up to 5 months.
Goodland Apples were developed from a seedling of Patten Greening apples in Manitoba, Canada sometime in the 1940s.