Crow Egg is a medium-sized apple with red stripes over a yellowish skin. Its oval shape gave it its name. The dense white flesh has sweet-tart flavor, and it stores well for an early season variety.
Discovered: 1832, Massachusetts
Harvest: Early Season
Crow Egg was discovered by Abijah Fisher of Dedham, Massachusetts, and first cited in 1832. It is distinct from Crow’s Egg, a synonym for Sheep’s Nose in some Southern states.