Ortley (better known in the Southern United States as the White Bellflower) is a variety of apple, medium in size, and light green to yellow in color. Usually ripening for a late fall harvest, it was developed in New Jersey, and was first commercially produced in 1825.
- Mitchell, Patricia B. & David L. (1999). "A is for Antique Apple". Foodnotes. Chatham, Virginia: Foodways Publications. Retrieved 2007-01-01.
- Watercolor image of Ortley apple from the USDA
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