Munster Tulip— Irish Heritage Apples

muenster tulip

The Munster Tulip was first recorded as growing in the midlands in 1951 in Tullamore and near Horseleap, County Offaly. A large, round, sometimes short, conical apple, usually even in shape. Yellow to light green in color with large patches of dark yellow to light red on the blush side. Picking late August to mid September.

Drawn with Faber-Castell color pencils.

Published by campbelm

Botanical artist and drawing instructor with a keen interest in the wonders of art and nature.

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