The fruit ripens in late September in America.
In the spring, the tree produces large blooms.
Protected by American plant patent number 658.
For fresh-eating or cider.
Humboldt Apples were developed by Albert Etter in Humboldt County, California, USA from a seedling of a Transcendent Crab tree.
The apple was named “Jumbo Transcendent” at first.
There was another apple by him, initially named “Emma”, that was also renamed to “Humboldt Crab.” This was yellow skinned without the red blushes.
The “Jumbo Transcendent” is now being called “Eden Crab” owing to confusion over the name “Humboldt Crab.”