They have yellow skin flushed with red, and some russetting at the stem end.
Inside, they have off-white, crisp, juicy flesh which is mildly aromatic.
The flavour improves in storage.
The tree is a hardy, long-lived one which starts bearing fruit when young.
For fresh-eating and cooking.
Stores for up to 3 months.
Prairie Spy Apples were introduced by the University of Minnesota in 1940.