Inside, they have deep pink, aromatic flesh with a tart taste with a bit of sweetness.
The fruit ripens late September in California.
Pink Pearmain Apples were likely developed by Albert Etter in Humboldt County, California, USA. They were found by a Ram and Marissa Fishman of Greenmantle Nursery, Whale Gulch, California, USA in an old orchard.
The word “pearmain” comes from the French adjective “parmanus”, meaning from Parma in northern Italy.