Lady AppleLady, or Api, is an old French apple variety with a good aromatic flavor, and many decorative uses.
Lady HennikerA well-regarded large late-season Victorian apple variety, primarily a cooker.
Lady HollendaleAn attractive crimson-striped early-season English apple, originating in East Anglia.
Lady in RedA synonym for Pink Lady.
Lady SudeleyA well-known and attractive English early-season apple from the late Victorian era.
Lady WilliamsAn attractive red flushed Australian apple of uncertain parentage, but with excellent keeping qualities.
LakelandMedium sized fruit dark red striped. Flesh is yellow sometimes slightly tinged with red. Fine textured, juicy, and mildly acid. Excellent for pies and sauce. Good all-purpose apple. Good keeper, keeping until December.
Lamb Abbey PearmainSmall and intensely flavored with a hint of pineapple
Lane's Prince AlbertA classic Victorian English cooking apple, and remains a popular garden variety.
Langton's NonsuchAn old English variety, originating in Church Langton, Leicestershire, from which its name derives.
Late HarrisonMedium in size and round to oblong in shape, the yellow skin has black dots, and the yellow flesh is coarse and dry
LawfamA small maroon red apple from Canada, very much in the McIntosh tradition.
Laxton's EpicureA synonym for Epicure.
Laxton's FortuneA popular English Cox-style variety, with a sweeter flavour and easier to grow, raised by the famous Laxton Bros. nursery in Bedford, UK.
Laxton's SuperbThe definitive late Victorian dessert apple, firm, Cox-style but sweeter, understated but very "more-ish".
Leather CoatMedium, golden-yellow skin covered with russeting. Sweet-sharp intense flavor.
Lemon PippinGood for drying. Small, yellow dotted fruit with greenish-white, crisp, acid flesh.
LibertySounds like an heirloom variety, but actually a modern American apple variety, developed specifically for disease resistance.
LimbertwigMedium size and deep or dull red color. Flesh is yellowish, hard, aromatic.
LimelightDeveloped by UK apple breeder H. Ermen, based on the Greensleeves apple from East Malling Research Station.
LindamacOne hundred percent red, otherwise same as McIntosh.
Little PaxA new English apple variety, recently discovered at St. Cecilia's Abbey on the Isle of Wight.
LoboA McIntosh-style apple from Canada, generally believed to be better all-round than its parent.
LodiAn attractive yellow early-season apple with a sharp flavor, best used for cooking.
Lombart's CalvilleMedium-large yellow fruit. Sweet, juicy, rich flavor.
Lord BurghleyA well-regarded Victorian winter dessert apple, and an excellent keeper. It is a good variety for attracting deer as the apples stay on the tree into winter.
Lord DerbyA popular good-quality English cooking apple of the Victorian era.
Lord HindlipA versatile English dessert variety from the late Victorian era, and one of the longest-keeping apples.
Lord LambournePopular garden variety, many uses, good balance of sweet and sharp
Lord PeckoverAn early-season apple, originating from the East Anglia region of England, with an attractive crimson flushed skin.
Lubsk QueenWhite porcelain-like skin with splashes and blushes of bright pink and red. Firm, tart snow-white flesh. Brisk flavor.
Lyman's Large SummerLarge, green fruit ripens yellow. Firm, crisp, and juicy.