Also known as: Dula, Coffey Seedling
Dula Beauty originated from seeds of a Limbertwig planted by J. A. Dula of Lenoir, North Carolina. Another apple, Coffey Seedling, was once thought to be a distinctly different variety but is, in fact, identical to Dula Beauty. It is a strong, vigorous tree well adapted to all growing conditions. In 1908, the NC Dept. of Agriculture recommended this variety for Piedmont growers. Fruit is large and slightly conical with dark-red skin overlaid with darker red stripes. Flesh is yellowish-white, tender, crisp and juicy. Ripens late fall to early winter.