Apple Tree, Belle de Boskoop

This Dutch apple has been enjoyed in Europe since the mid-1800s.
SKU: AT0002
  • Dull green fruits
  • Coarse, crisp flesh
  • Ripens mid to late October

A bud-sport of ‘Reinette de Montfort’ found in 1856 at Boskoop near Gouda, The Netherlands. These round, flattened fruits are medium to large and have dull green-yellow skin with dark red markings. The flesh is slightly coarse, crisp, and richly flavored for fresh eating. The rather large trees typically bear biennially. The fruit ripens mid to late Oct in Zone 4.