They have bright, pale yellow skin covered with pink and red flushes, and patches of russet.
Inside, they have tender, juicy white flesh which is aromatic, with a tart taste.
The tree has weeping branches, typical of Limbertwig apple trees, but the branches are a bit sturdier, and don’t droop quite as much.
The fruit ripens August to September.
Good for cooking, particularly jelly.
Summer Limbertwig Apples originated in Greensboro, North Carolina, USA.
They were first noted in 1855.