Yellow Bellflower

Discovered Late 1700s Crosswicks, New Jersey
Parentage Unknown
Harvest Midseason

Yellow Bellflower is a beautiful juicy lemon-yellow apple with a slight red-to-orange blush. Its flavor sweetens with time. This aromatic variety is an especially good pie and cider apple, as well as a great baked apple.


Yellow Bellflower hails from Burlington, New Jersey, in the early 1800s. Its parentage is unclear. Harvest begins in late September.