Can't that be "Une pomme belle"?
Some adjectives go before the noun - age, beauty, number, goodness, and size.
BANGS BEATY AGE NUMBER GOODNESS and SIZE adjectives go before the modified noun
I agree! This often confuses me.
Sometimes the adjective is before the noun sometimes after. For example "le bel homme", and this one "une belle pomme" What is the rule?
I remember somebody mentioned the rule of BAGS: those adjectives of Beauty, Age, Good/bad, and Size should be placed before the nouns
Right! but actually it's BANGS, Numbers is also included :)
Can't that be "une pomme jolie"?
I think the difference is with respect to the context, jolie: pretty and belle: beautiful.
Why can't it be "une beaux pomme"?
I think you can only use beaux when it is plural (pommes)
My understanding is that Pomme is feminine (usually words ending with an e are feminine). And as mentioned in the comment after you, beaux is for plural form. I hope that helps!
Hmmm why does "beautiful" come before and "average" come after?
BANGS, mentioned further up
Pourquoi pas 'une jolie pomme'?
So "joli(e)" is for a person. That's it?
Apples are beautiful creatures