They have pale yellowish-green skin flushed with pale red.
Inside, they have juicy, off-white flesh with a tart taste.
The tree is very hardy.
The fruit ripens in August. The flesh can get mushy if the apples are let fully mature on the trees.
For cooking — pies and sauce, and for juice.
Does not store well, only up to 8 weeks.
Westland Apples were developed in Brooks, Alberta, Canada from a cross done between Heyer 12 x Dr. Bill apples.