The Redwell apple is known for its large, well-colored fruits, featuring red over yellow skin and cream-colored flesh. It has a mild, excellent flavor and is suitable for keeping until January in storage. Introduced in 1946 and developed by the University of Minnesota, Redwell is a result of crossing 'Wealthy' with an 'Alexander' seedling, and its breeding lineage includes the Scott Winter apple, a variety developed in Minnesota in 1911. It is a very hardy cultivar, and noted for being a reliable bearer.
Ripens: October Size: Large Cold hardiness zone: 3