They have yellowish-green skin with pink flushes.
Inside, they have yellowish-white, dryish flesh with a tangy taste.
The tree has particularly beautiful blossoms in the spring.
Good for baked apples and apple pie.
When used for apple sauce, not much sugar is required.
Arthur Turner Apples were developed by a Charles Turner of Slough, Berkshire, England. Charles Turner was also the first to exhibit Grenadier Apples, and to promote Cox’s Orange Pippin apples.
The apple was first introduced in 1912 as “Turners Prolific” apples.
It was renamed in 1913 to “Arthur Turner Apples.” [Ed: PE has not been able to ascertain why “Arthur.”]
Chorleywood & District Horticultural Society. “Display of apples at the Autumn show 2008.” Retrieved May 2009 from http://www.cwhortsoc.org.uk/files/apples08.htm