The Belle De Boskoop Apple tree was bred in the
Netherlands, dating back to 1850.
It is primarily a cooking apple because of its acidic taste. But it can be eaten uncooked if
you prefer an apple with a biting taste!
When cooked the apples retain their shape extremely well, the flesh being very firm.
The skin is mainly green with a dull orange colouring. the skin is hard and slightly rough.