Bellflower apple

Yellow Bellflower is a cultivar of domesticated apple that originated in New Jersey.[1][2] It has many other names including "Belle Flavoise" and "Lincoln Pippin".[1] It is probably the best known of a group of apple cultivars referred to as the yellow bellflower group, with fruit that are generally elongated, with largely yellow skin.[1] Along with the Yellow Bellflower, the Ortley is the oldest of the group.[1]

See also

  • Bellflower, California, named after the apple
  • Bellflower, Illinois, named after the apple


  1. Beach, S.A.; Booth, N.O.; Taylor, O.M. (1905), "Yellow Bellflower", The apples of New York, vol. 1, Albany: J. B. Lyon, pp. 381–383
  2. "Yellow Bellflower", National Fruit Collection, retrieved 28 October 2015
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