They have a slightly waxy greenish-yellow skin covered by flushes of orangey-red, with some russeting..
William Crump Apples are aromatic, and are sweet with a hint of tartness with flesh that is crispy and juicy.
They are best used as a fresh-eating apple.
William Crump Apples will last 2 to 4 months in storage.
Raised by a William Crump in Malvern, Worcestershire, UK they were first exhibited 1908. William Crump Apples were developed from a cross between Cox’s Orange Pippin and Worcester Pearmain.