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Fruit rather large. Clear yellow with waxy surface. Flesh a little coarse, very juicy, sprightly, subacid, and desirable for either dessert or culinary uses. It is apt to drop as it ripens.
Sweet to mild bittersweet type. Greenish-yellow skin with red flush.
Small, oblate (flat). Has the same parentage as Gala. Strong, complex flavor. Sweeter than Cox with less acid.
Another modern take on Golden Delicious, often with an attractive orange flush.
A mid/late season English dessert apple, raised in Cambridge in the mid 20th century, but thought to be related to the early-season Devonshire Quarrenden.
Colors to a deep burgundy three weeks earlier than standard Empire.
A synonym for Baya Marisa.
Malus Tina is a naturally compact crab-apple, perfect for patios.
Large green, turning to yellow skinned late apple. Mild but mellow flavor.
Fruit is conic oblate, irregular and ribbed. This skin has a dull, rough finish and rather unattractive color, yellow-green with brownish-orange blush. The flesh is greenish yellow, firm, crisp, aromatic and slightly subacid. Flavor and keeping quality are excellent.
Excellent for cider and drying, also a good dessert and baking apple. Large green or yellow apple, sometimes blushed red with lines of russet, often marked by a suture top to bottom. Flesh is firm, dry to moderately juicy, decidedly sweet. Historically, a highly esteemed "sweet" apple.
An old English cider apple which can also be used as a cooking apple.
One of the best modern disease-resistant varieties, fairly sharp flavour
Ribbed, golden-yellow fruit with a crimson cheek. Creamy yellow flesh with very good astringent, subacid flavor. Poor keeper.
Bitter-sweet cider apple. Medium fruit, yellow skin flushed red.
75% red over color on yellow background. Medium sized, mid- season maturing fruit. Resembles Golden Delicious, but firmer fleshed. Weakly flavored, sweet-tart, crisp and juicy.
Yellow with an orange blush, very juicy, pleasantly aromatic, sweet, mildly subacid, a strong grower and regular bearer. A good keeper, its flavor heightens as it is kept in storage until March. Light skinned.
Round, dull red fruit. Resembles Stayman, but is more crack resistant and eating quality is not as good. Stores well.
A synonym for Bolero.
Fruit very large, yellow-green flushed red-orange. Juicy, sweet flesh.
A sweet early-season English apple, grown commercially on a small scale. Has a good flavour and somewhat under-rated.
A popular Cox-style apple, with a later season and sharper flavour.
A synonym for Tydeman's Early Worcester.