Weisses Seidenhemdchen


Malus domestica Borkh.

Originated in Europe. Described in 1598. Fruits have rather soft, fine, white flesh with a sweet, slightly subacid flavour.

Chemise de Soie, Chemise de Soie Blanche, Chemise-de-Soie, Chemise-de-Soie Blanche, Chemisette Blanche, Chemisette de Soie, Chemisette-de-Soie, das Seidenhemdchen, de Dames, de Demoiselle, de Soie, Horset's Schlotter Apfel, Horset's Schlotterapfel, Pomme de Dames, Pomme de Demoiselle, Pomme de Soie, Rose Soyeuse, Schilgen's Birnformiger Apfel, Seidenhemdchen, Soyette, Syden Hemdje, Zidjen Hemdge, Zijden Hemdje

Material available from the National Fruit Collection.

Accession No.
1951 - 199   fingerprint   check_circle

Accession name
Weisses Seidenhemdchen

1. NFC fruit (undated) Unpublished characterisation by staff at NFC, Brogdale.
2. Smith, M. (1971) National Apple Register