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Belmac apple


Very good flavored Mac-type.


Visitor reviews

  • 12 Oct 2017  Catherine Hall,  MT, United States
    It was a good and bad year for my one Belmac. I planted it about 5 years ago here in NW Montana. We got our first blooms and apples this year. They were lovely to look at and delicious. The tree has been trouble free and the shape is very nice. It needs just a bit of thinning. Unfortunately voles figured out how to get into the tree tube that has worked well for all five years. I doubt it will survive but will replant.
  • 04 Oct 2014  sallygodard@earthlink.net,  Oregon, United States
    2014. First year of production. 12 apples! Beautiful medium-large apple, sweet and crisp. No scab, some water core. Ripened late September this year, but we're 2-3 weeks earlier than usual. I'm impressed with this apple. May plant another. :-)

Tree register

United States

Harvest records for this variety

2014 season


Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Parentage: Ottawa 521 x Spartan. Not a McIntosh sport.
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1618


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