Inside, they have crisp, firm, juicy, finely-textured white flesh with a yellowish tinge to it.
The tree blooms very early in the spring. It is an abundant bearer, but tends to bear every other year.
The fruit ripens in September.
Most feel the taste isn’t strong enough to stand up to cooking.
Sutton’s Beauty Apples were developed in 1848 in Sutton, Massachusetts, USA, possibly from a seedling of Hubbardston apples.
They were grown commercially in New York State around 1900.