Dwarf Snow Apple, This mid-season apple originated in France in the 1600s. Small, sweet and crunchy, the pure white flesh is always popular. Pollinated by ‘Granny Smith’, ‘Jonathan’, ‘Cripp’s Pink’ and ‘Cox’s Orange Pippin’. Named after the apple’s white flesh and resilience in cold weather. Snow apples are considered to be a dessert variety, primarily consumed fresh. Snow apples are best suited for both raw and cooked applications such as baking, boiling, and roasting. Also known as Pomme De Neige, Chimney Apples & Fameuse.