The light-green skin ripens to pale yellow.
Inside, they have firm, tart, good-flavoured white flesh.
The flesh holds its colour well when cut open.
The fruit ripens in July / August.
Billed as good for both fresh-eating and cooking, and salads.
July Tart Apples were reputedly found on a farm near Cumberland, Kentucky, USA, belonging to a Mrs Press Whittaker, from a grafting done by the same person.