Northwest Greening is popular old winter variety. It is a cross between Golden Russet and Alexander. Northwest Greening is originated in Waupaca County, Wisconsin in 1872. Size of the apple is up to 5" across. Waxy smooth, pale green skin with hint of yellow, turns to yellow mature. Juicy, mild subacid flavor. Excellent cooking apple, especially for pies. Known for keeping qualities, keeps well into winter. Used as a late season pollinator. Ripens during October. Hardy to -50 F. Biennial. Trees are 5-6 feet tall.
Flowering Group: 5, can cross-pollinate with flowering groups 4, 5, 6
Hardiness Zone: 3-8
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