The apples in this section sometimes have a flush but no stripes. They are all cookers with a sharp acid taste, they mostly cook into a fluff or puree.
However, they all colour up in some way as they ripen and sometimes colour quite early in the season in a hot summer or when exposed to the sun.
If you have checked Yellow apples and drawn a blank check out this section as Early Victoria and Lord Grosvenor ripen to a clear bright yellow. I have followed received wisdom in Sanders and Bultitude by including them here although Early Victoria ripens to yellow by August here in the Isle of Wight.
Arthur Turner is a plain, pale yellow green early in the season but can be found in the Yellow section.
You can see a photo gallery of all of the green and sour apples here
Apples that colour up or develop stripes later in the season can be plain green early in the year
Keswick Codlin (yellow)
Lanes Prince Albert (striped sour)
Lady Henniker (yellow)