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Mountain Boomer apple


A huge round apple, some specimens being larger than a saucer. It is a pale yellow with an occasional blush where exposed to the sun. Flavor and texture are exceptional, considering the size of the fruit.


Visitor reviews

  • 30 Jan 2012  Pam Lawson,  VA, United States
    I also grew up eating these apples. my daddy would have the biggest apples i have ever seen. and they were delicious. my mommie would make apple butter out of them also.
  • 07 Aug 2011  Deborah Deel,  VIRGINIA, United States
    I grew up with the Mountain Boomer apple variety in Southwest Virginia. From my great grandmother down to myself, we have made the most delicious apple butter from these apples. The flavor is superb and they are perfect for cooking. They make excellent apple butter, apple sauce, and cooked apples. I highly recommend them!

Tree register

United States

Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1800


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