Harrison apple (a.k.a. Harrison Cider, Harrison Newark, Late Harrison, Long Stem, Orange Cider, Osborne) is one of the good quality cider variety in North America. It discovered in eighteen century in New Jersey. It was almost disappeared after the prohibition and it rediscovered by Paul Gidez and Tom Burford second half of twentieth century.
The fruit is small to medium size with yellow ground color skin and brownish-red over color. The flesh is yellow and firm. It has sweet with slightly tart flavor. It is good for fresh eating and baking goods, but the storage life is sort.
Tree is vigorous with upright spreading habits and bears fruit on the tips. It is scab resistant but highly susceptible to cedar apple rust. Grows USDA cold hardiness zones 5-8.