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I planted this tree two years ago. Thought it was a red delicious, thought that was what the tag said when I bought it from Home Depot.  This is the only Apple on the tree.  Took the picture on Sept 15. Is this a red delicious or a different Apple.

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The apple looks more MacIntosh-y than Red Delicious-y to me.
 
Eric Gardner
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thank you John.

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my honeycrisp look like that. what color is the flesh? honey crisp is yellowish, macs are white with some red streaking sometimes.
 
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Here is when I cut into it. Honestly I think it was harvested to early.
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yep. looks like a mac to me . honey crisp is more yellow. but I've never picked my honey crisp under ripe either. mac is a great apple too. my father has a mac tree and he harvests when a frost has hit them for best flavor. we're in zone 3b tho.
 
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Thank you.  I'll see what it does next year.  The apple tasted really tart. 
 
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