Also known as: Summer Rambo of Pennsylvania, Imperial Rambo, Frank Rambo, Rambour d’Ete, Rambour Franc, Summer Rambour, Redsumbo, Striped Rambo(?)
This apple is of French origin and once quite popular in Maryland and Virginia. The fruit can be picked while still green for frying, pies and applesauce. The fruit can be large and is often ribbed with unequal sides. Skin is greenish yellow washed with pink and carmine on the sun exposed side. The greenish yellow flesh is coarse, tender and very juicy. Ripe August- September.