Medium-sized early eating apple with red skin and pale cream flesh. Sweet and crispy, takes 4–8 hours after cutting to start browning. Exceptional cooking apple, especially for applesauce and pies. The blossom is frost hardy resulting in heavy crops and the tree can be grown in all areas of the UK. Dry, dense, substantive flesh; mild, pear-like flavour. The flesh is yellowish and crisp. The skin is deep green in colour, turning pale yellow when fully ripe. Easy to grow. Grown by Thomas Jefferson at Monticello. . Does well in cooler areas; some frost resistance. Unusually tall and oblong with a tart flavour. Has excellent eating and keeping qualities. Envy Apple. Flavour is nicely balanced, a honey-like sweetness balanced with a lemon-like citric acidity, rich, notes of pear and vanilla. Possibly from Lord Grosvenor × Keswick Cod. Has red stripes with splashes of green. Bright red, fairly large, early in season (end of August to early September). Pale yellow-green skin has a telltale crimson blush on the side that faced the sun. Sometimes used as a. An old Northern English variety. Similar flavor to Russet, first introduced under the name "Norfolk Pippin". Possibly from an open-pollinated Worcester Pearmain, or could well be a Worcester × Beauty of Bath. Shy bearer. Excellent keeper. Makes much juice. Over 7,500 cultivars of the culinary or eating apple (Malus pumila) are known. In bad years it can be rather dry and harsh. Cooks to a light, pale puree, hardly needing any sugar. Peasgood's Nonsuch x Ribston Pippin. Mottled red and yellow colour. How old was queen elizabeth 2 when she became queen? Discovered as accidental seedling. How long was Margaret Thatcher Prime Minister? Usually a big apple. Somewhat tart, ruby red color like parent Red Delicious. One of the most celebrated apples in the UK, valued for its aromatic "orange" color and flavor. A good pollinator. On the question of "Why apples are different colors?" A small to medium-sized conic apple. Why is melted paraffin was allowed to drop a certain height and not just rub over the skin? Ripens some days after Golden Delicious; fruit is very attractive; large, good storage ability. White flesh is crisp, sweet and juicy, with hints of cherry and almond. Small to medium, flat and irregularly shaped apple. Believed to be older than first mention in Pasquale's, A very old Russian variety, often planted at, Cox's Orange Pippin × Geheimrat Dr. Oldenburg. Parent of. Red apple with considerable white flecks. Grown from chance seedling of Golden Delicious. Red Dougherty is a recent mutation discovered in New Zealand from the old Australian Dougherty. Suitable for more northerly, cold, wet climates. ISBN 0-660-60543-0. Large, hardy and heavy cropping tree. Rounded, deep red, and very glossy. Ripens in summer. Cultivars used primarily for making cider are indicated. Existence owed to freak accidental crossing of two most popular apples in world: Red and Golden Delicious. Very old apple; possibly one of the oldest of all. A medium-sized early yellow-green apple, often with red stripes. Juicy. Fruit pale yellow flushed with deeper yellow. Medium-sized, roundish oblate with thin yellow-green skin with an orange blush and bright red stripes. Excellent variety for drying because the flesh remains white and bright. Does not keep very well. Has cream-coloured flesh with a sweet, crisp, aromatic flavour and low acidity. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply. Tart to sweet, dense and very crunchy with effervescent texture. Sweet to subacid flavor. Pale to golden yellow flesh. Mostly red apple with patches of lime green. Cox's Orange Pippin × Calville Blanc. Keeps well until March. Light yellow-green skin with a red-orange blush and stripes. Notes of pineapple. Yellowish and green skin with reddish stripes.