A larger apple good for baking, with a deep, purple-red color. Moderately juicy and fairly sweet. Their white flesh doesn't brown when sliced so Cortlands are a standout for fruit salads, dipping in toppings, or eating with a plate of sharp cheddar cheese. Developed in 1898, across between a McIntosh and

Ben Davis.

Ripens late September.

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