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Rambo Apples



Rambo are large-sized apples, somewhat flattened with faint ribbing.

They have pale yellow skin with a pale red flush.

Inside, they have finely-textured, firm, tender flesh.

The flesh has good flavour; mildly tart and slightly sweet.

The fruit ripens early August through September.

Cooking Tips

For fresh-eating; also good for cooking and okay for cider.

History Notes

Rambo Apples were brought to America from Sweden around 1640 by a Swedish man named Peter Gunnarsson Rambo.

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Also called:

Seek-No-Further Apples; Winter Rambo Apples

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