Maiden's Blush apple
Cooking, dessert and cider apple, also dries well. Flat, round pale yellow-skinned fruit with crimson blush. Crisp, tender flesh with sharp acid flavor that mellows with ripening.
- Species: Malus domestica
- Originates from: New Jersey, United States
- Introduced: 1817
- Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1782
- Cedar apple rust - Some resistance
References and further reading about this variety
- Cedar-Apple Rust
Author: Stephen Vann, University of Arkansas, Division of Agriculture (FSA7538)
Rated as resistant - control only needed under high disease pressure.
Fruit tree register
Do you have a tree of this variety in your garden or orchard? If so please register the details here and contribute to our international register of fruit trees.
The following Maiden's Blush trees have been registered - click the name to view more details of each tree.
You can also view these trees on a map.
- Alison Gardner in ALBION, CALIFORNIA
- Dennis in Bradford, DARKE, OH
- Herdie Baisden in STOCKHOLM, WI
- John Horrell in PETALUMA, CALIFORNIA
- John Morelli in Allendale, MI
- Mitch in GRANGER, IN
- Shirley Morelli in NORTHPORT, WA
- Susanna Warner in CLARE, MI
- Bill O'Keefe in DOBBINTON, ONTARIO
Latest harvest records for this variety
Where to buy fresh fruit
United Statesmap >
- Arroyo Community Garden, Petaluma
- McClure's Orchard, Peru
- Fieldstone Enterprise, Overbrook
- Eden Acres Family Farm, East Waterboro
- Alber's Orchard & Cider Mill, Manchester
New Hampshiremap >
- Alyson's Apple Orchard, Walpole
- Ochs Fruit Farm, Lancaster