Their pale yellow skin has a pink blush on the side that got the sun, and occasionally, russet dots and patches.
Inside, they have soft, juicy greenish-white flesh with a mild tang.
The apples ripen in June and July.
Henry Clay Apples were developed sometime before 1890 by a W.H. Knight of Hopkins County, Kentucky, USA. Stark Brother’s Nursery purchased the rights to it in 1910.