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Bismarck Apples



Bismarck Apples are large-sized apples with tough golden-yellow skin with red flushes.

Inside, they have finely-textured, white, crisp, juicy flesh with a slight green tinge.

The apples ripen late August, early September.

Cooking Tips

Best for cooking.

History Notes

Bismarck Apples originated either in Australia (Carisbrooke, Victoria or Bismark, Tasmania) or in Canterbury, New Zealand.


They arrived in America via England in the 1890s.

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