Random Cultivar Of The Day

Wallace Howard

Wallace Howard
From
Dillon
Description
Originated from seed by Robert Boatman, Dillon, Walker county, Ga. It is not recommended for planting in New York.
Flesh quality
firm, a little coarse, crisp, moderately tender, rather juicy, mild subacid becoming nearly sweet, somewhat aromatic, good.
Flesh color
yellow tinged
Skin quality
smooth or roughened with russet dots and flecks
Skin color
yellow, carmine striped, orange-red mottled
Sizes
large, medium, above medium
Shape
oblong, uniform, round
General quality
As grown in the South it has been called a magnificent fruit of best quality and one of the finest apples cultivated in that region.
Uses
dessert
Eating season starts in
November
Eating season ends in
March
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