They have greenish-yellow skin flushed with red and reddish-orange.
Inside, they have soft, crisp, tender, greenish-white flesh, with a small core, and a sweet taste.
The fruit ripens in September in British Columbia.
Good for fresh-eating.
Spencer Apples were developed at the British Columbia Experimental Station in Summerland, British Columbia, Canada in 1926 from a cross between McIntosh and Golden Delicious apples.