William’s Pride are medium-sized apples.
They have yellowish-green skin, flushed with red.
Inside, they have off-white, firm, crisp, juicy flesh. The flesh has a concentrated, rich flavour with a hint of spice in it.
The tree blossoms last a long while.
Late August harvest.
Stores well if picked right away when ripe.
William’s Pride Apples were developed in 1985 by the PRI (Purdue, Rutgers, Illinois Co Op) breeding programme from a cross between two apples known as PRI 1018-101 x NJ 50. Released 1988.
Hauser, Kevin. How to Plan and Plant an Instructional Orchard at Your Southern California School. Kuffel Creek Press, Riverside, California. 2008.