They have dark green skin with red flushes.
Inside, they have firm, dry flesh with a tart taste.
The tree is a heavy, reliable producer that blossoms late.
Ripe Crawley Beauty Apples won’t fall off tree.
For cooking. Cooks to a purée.
Can be eaten fresh after a few months in storage, when it becomes sweeter.
Crawley Beauty Apples originated from a tree found in a garden near Crawley, Sussex, around 1870.