A McIntosh-type apple discovered by Erick Leadbeater of Contoocook, NH. The fruit is 90% red and very firm, with a crisp, juicy texture. Ripening two to three weeks later than conventional McIntosh, Hampshire Mac provides the opportunity to extend the McIntosh Season.
Bloom: Mid Season
Maturity Date: October 1
Fruit Color: Red
Hampshire Mac blooms in mid-season and will pollinate all other early blooming apple varieties, varieties blooming in the middle of the season, and also varieties blooming late in the season.