Tydeman is a medium to large apple, round to oblong in shape, and occasionally lopsided. It is mostly red in color with some yellow or green, and prominent lenticels, or pores. Its tender white flesh is crisp, aromatic, and juicy. Tydeman has a mild, sweet-tart flavor with hints of strawberry and spice.
Parentage: McIntosh x Worcester Pearmain
Harvest: Early Season
Tydeman was developed by Henry M. Tydeman at the East Malling Research Station in England in 1929, and came to the United States in 1945.