A seedling of Battleford, developed in Saskatchewan. The name is Canada spelled backwards. Small to medium apple, crisp and good for cooking, as a desert apple, will store for up to 10 weeks, and also good for drying. I won't win any awards with this photo, but its the best of the bunch! One thing this photo does not show is that many if not all Adanac apples have a cleft in them like a peach. Our kids called them "butt fruit" because of the cleft. Perhaps that's too much information, but it is memorable!