They have dull green skin turning greenish yellow when fully ripe, with bronze and red flushes.
Inside, they have greenish-white, tender, coarse, juicy flesh, with a mild, slightly sweet flavour.
The tree may occasionally bear every other year, but mostly is a regular bearer.
The apples ripen in late October.
For cooking, particularly applesauce. Also dries well.
Fallawater Apples originated in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Identified in 1842.
The apples were popular in the American South, where they grow well at higher altitudes.