Inside, the white flesh is firm, crisp, tart and juicy.
The tree is very hardy, and starts bearing fruit when young, but it tends to bear every other year. The fruit grows in clusters.
Royalties must be paid on the tree when planting.
For fresh-eating and cooking.
Stores well, 3 to 5 months.
Haralred Apples were developed from a sport from a Haralson apple tree in La Crescent, Minnesota.