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Belmont apple


Large, yellow. Tender flesh. Mild.


Visitor reviews

  • 02 Oct 2014  Suzanne,  KITSAP, United States
    I have Two trees planted before 1895 that are different (but) have been identified as Belmont. one has a blush, one does not; they have a few seeds. the one without the blush appears to get ripe earlier and has more of an acid taste. The one with blush is blander. Which is the Belmont?
  • 15 Nov 2012  Karen Dale,  WA, United States
    Semi-crisp, sweet eating apple off a very productive tree. Seems resistant to apple scab (based on my experience with a single, very old yard tree on Vashon Island in Western Washington, an area prone to apple scab). Cooks down to sauce quickly; tasty in pies but individual slices will cook out.

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Origins

  • Species: Malus domestica
  • Originates from: Pennsylvania, United States
  • Introduced: Mid 1800s
  • Orange Pippin Cultivar ID: 1619


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