Also known as: June Sweetening, June Sweetner, Red June Sweet
Though this apple can be confused due to its many synonyms, this is most likely the original variety, Red June Sweet, described in 1878. It was also known under the synonym of June Sweeting. The origin is unclear but is thought to be from Pennsylvania. Fruit is medium, roundish to slightly oblate with greenish-yellow skin striped and shaded with dull red. The tender white flesh is moderately juicy, rich, pleasant and sweet. Ripens July to August.