Inside, they have juicy, firm though not crisp flesh, with a mild flavour.
The fruit ripens late August / early September.
The tree is partially self fertile.
For fresh-eating, and applesauce.
The flavour degrades in storage. Best stored right at 32 F (0 C.)
Tydeman’s Red Apples were developed from a cross between Worcester Pearmain and Red McIntosh apples done by Henry Marcus Tydeman (1902 – 1975) in 1929 at the East Malling Research Station in Maidstone, Kent, England.