Stay me with flagons; comfort me with apples.
ERWIN BAUR was raised at the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut, Muncheberg Mark, Germany, in 1928, and was named in 1955. It is an open-pollinated seedling of Duchess of Oldenburg, and was named for the founder of the plant institute in Muncheberg. Medium in size, the deep-yellow skin is flushed, and streaked red-brown. The yellow flesh of this dessert apple is especially hard and crisp, with a light, sweet, aromatic flavor. It has the high flavor of the Cox's Orange Pippin and ripens in late September
- Early Fall - September