Their fragrant white flesh is fine-textured, juicy, and mildly tart.
The tree is a good bearer.
Magnum Bonum Apples are popular in the American south but are not the same as Roundway Magnum Bonum Apples.
Magnum Bonum Apples store well in cold temperatures.
Magnum Bonum apples were developed in 1828 by a John Kinny in Davidson County, North Carolina, USA from a Hall apple seedling.