Mid Fall-Early Winter. Hubbardston, Mass., 1800 or earlier. One of the most famous of all Massachusetts apples, once very popular and still found here and there today. John Bunker located a beautiful old specimen in Lincolnville, Maine, still bearing regular crops of breathtakingly beautiful fruit that is also wonderful to eat.
A superior subtly flavored fresh-eating apple with crisp tender juicy white flesh that glistens like ever-so-slightly-melted snow. Medium to very large roundish-conic fruit, mottled and striped with reds, oranges, yellows and greens, often covered with a veil of russet and a scattering of large grey dots. Keeps into January.
Vigorous tree produces large and often annual crops. Blooms midseason. Z4. Maine Grown. (Standard: 3-6' bare-root trees)
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