They have smooth, yellowish-green skin with dull red blushes and stripes.
Inside, they have coarse, crisp, firm, tender, juicy, yellowish flesh, which is aromatic, with a slight sour taste.
The fruit ripens in October.
Stores until March.
Willow Twig Apples were mentioned in an 1845 plant catalogue.
They were referred to as an apple from Virginia in 1867 by John Aston Warder.