Hardy Cumberland variety developed in 1961 by Jerry B. Hardigee at Blacksburg, Virginia and released in 1993. It is a cross between Lyons and Detroit Red. The fruit is medium size tending to large with thinning. The skin color is greenish yellow covered with dark red wash. The fruit is juicy and sweet with mild flavor. It is good for dessert, cooking, and cider making. The tree is vigorous and has resistance to scab. It stores several months. Grows in zones 4-8.