Inside, the flesh is firm, crisp, and juicy.
It has the tangy, full taste of an autumn apple, though it’s an early apple.
Early August harvest.
For fresh-eating or cooking.
Lyman’s Large Summer Apples originated in America prior to 1844.
It was first referred to as “Large Yellow Summer” by William Kenrick in his 1844 “New American Orchardist.”
The apple was shown at the Exhibition of the First Horticultural Society of Michigan in Detroit, Michigan, USA on 24 August 1847 by a James Dougall of Amherstberg, Ontario, Canada.
The apple was rediscovered in Wilton, Maine in 1941.
Same as “Lyam’s Large Apples.”