Inside, they have crisp, firm white juicy flesh with a sharp, fruity flavour.
The apples are ready to harvest in September.
For cooking. Cooks to a golden purée even when baked.
25.1 mg of Vitamin C per 100mg.
Golden Noble Apples were discovered in 1803 by a Patrick Flanagan, who was gardener to Sir Thomas Hare, Stowe Hall, Downham, Norfolk, England.
Introduced into America in 1820.
Hovey, Charles Mason. The Magazine of horticulture, botany, and all useful discoveries and improvements in rural affairs, Volume 13. Hovey and Co., 1847. Page 438.