Just a few photos of nice and bright fresh flowers from a few unusual varieties.
Almost pure white flowers that glow in the sun light.
The Gravensteiner (also Grafensteiner , Grafenapfel ; Danish Gråsten æble ) is a variety of the cultivated apple ( Malus domestica ). The variety has been known in Denmark and Northern Germany (South Jutland / North Schleswig, Denmark) since at least 1669.
Redlove apples are a series of several cultivars recently bred by Markus Kobelt in Switzerland. They are hybrids from cross-pollination of red-fleshed and scab-resistant plants.
Unknown variety from Hungary
A Malus domestica apple and crab apple cross, with deep red flesh.
Developed at the Cornell University Agricultural Experiment Station, USA in the 1930s by crossing the Wolf River apple (Wisonsin USA heirloom variety) with Niedzwetzky’s apple (ancestry from Kyrgyzstan). Used for cooking or cider making ‘bittersweet’.
Deep red flesh, very acid /sharp but mellows with time to make a nice eating apple