Fuji apple


An eating apple, green to yellow brushed with red, darker on the sunny side, similar to Cox's Orange Pippin, and with crisp, juicy, aromatic white flesh with some acidity. This medium-sized apple is tall and rectangular in shape. It was raised in Japan by H Niitsi at the Horticultural Research Station in Morioka in 1939. introduced commercially to the United States in 1962.This late-season variety is harvested from late October in South-East England and is at its best in December. It is a cross between Ralls Janet and Delicious.